Author Archive | Emily Moyer

Vallarta Food Tours - Puerto Vallarta Activities

Off the Beaten Path: Eating Through El Pitilall

Earmuffs, Koh Tao. I really, really liked Puerto Vallarta. The quaint Emiliano Zapata neighborhood swept me off my feet. The fried-to-perfection fish tacos at both Marisma and Mariscos Cisneros lifted me up to another planet while the still salty ceviche brought me deep into the blue. From meeting travelers while listening to Jazz at El Patio […]

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Koh Tao

How I ended up in Koh Tao

After a week of ordering more food than an army could consume, exploring the surrounding area by boat, rental car and foot, and ultimately blissing out in our AirBnB, MTV-style villa, it was time for my best buddies to depart from Koh Samui. Back on my own, I knew where I was heading next: a […]

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Sawadee Ka, Koh Samui!

My first month in Thailand played out exactly as I had imagined it would. I explored Bangkok’s chaotic beauty, took the train up north to Chaing Mai where I trekked through the jungle, played with elephants, and learned all about Thai cooking. I made tons of traveler friends and really dug into solo travel life. […]

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Wat Po Bangkok

Ballin’ Out in Bangkok

Hey there! It’s been quite an interesting few months over here and I can’t wait to update everyone about what I’ve been up to. If you’ve been following on facebook or instagram, you’ll know that my original plan to go to Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam has gotten, well, sidetracked to say the least. I’ve fallen in […]

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Cooking Class Chiang Mai

Cooking on the Farm with Asia Scenic

Many people question us about the business. ‘Are you able to run this business because of your boyfriend?’ 🙂 The answer is not. We want to show everyone-one in the world that Thai women can run a business without a rich boyfriend’. “So that’s…six foreigners”, Indy gregariously noted with an eyeroll, immediately earning a chuckle […]

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Kayaking Chiang Mai Thailand

Kayaking the Mae Ping River

“Shit,” I thought to myself after glancing at the 8:28a glowing in my hostel dorm bed. I had spent the previous night dancing the night away at Chiang Mai’s famous indoor-outdoor bar, Zoe’s in Yellow. A favorite for both young Thais and out-of-towners, Zoe’s is not friendly to early morning wake-up calls. I snatched up […]

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