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Is healthy nutrition possible when we travel?
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Is healthy nutrition possible when we travel?

In my recent post - Eating for Healthy Life - I wrote about my dietary habits: what I eat and what I don't eat, in order to keep in good health. I easily adhere to my diet when I am at home and in control of food that I buy, prepare and cook. But, is healthy nutrition possible when we travel? I am not going to answer this question now. Rather, I am going to look at what I did during my past travels. Back ...
Wat Pho – Bangkok
Sane MindThailand

Wat Pho – Bangkok

I have mixed feelings about Bangkok, although I am very glad that I visited the Thai capital. I believe that we should see most places at least once, especially if they are the biggest and the most important city in the country. Bangkok was a very hard work and I managed to see only a small fraction of what I had originally planned to see. But, I am very glad that I visited beautiful Wat Pho. Bangkok is ...
White Temple – Chiang Rai
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White Temple – Chiang Rai

Wat Rong Khun, a privately owned contemporary art exhibit, is much better known as the White Temple. It is approximately 15km south-west from Chiang Rai. It is definitely the most spectacular site that you can see in Chiang Rai and its vicinity. The owner is the Thai artist, Chalermchai Kositpipat, who designed it and constructed it using his own funds. The temple opened to the public in 1997 and it ...
Chiang Mai – what to do and how to enjoy?
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Chiang Mai – what to do and how to enjoy?

I was in Thailand for two weeks, back at the end of November and the beginning of December 2017. In my previous posts, I wrote about changes in my original plan because of the bad weather in the south of Thailand. Thus, I remained in the north, where the weather was absolutely superb. I was enjoying Chiang Mai, while at the same time, there was a torrential downpour in Krabi. I spent 8 days in Chiang Mai ...
Bangkok
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Bangkok

I planned Bangkok for the end of my two-week stay in Thailand, in December 2017. It made sense as I anyway had to be there, to take my flight back to London. I was very excited because I was going to visit the famous Thai capital. I heard conflicting stories about Bangkok. Some people described it as a magnificent city, while the others recommended that I skip it altogether. As I was in Thailand, the most ...
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