Another kind of break
Since kl tagged about it, I thought I might as well blog it proper.
After the Sarawak and Malacca trip late last year, the first thing keiko and I did the moment we grudgingly came back to Singapore, was go to Botak Jones, stuff ourselves with food, and talk about how much we wanted to travel again. Maybe it was the lethal combination of food and two combustible, travel-hungry minds. It was only barely two hours after we stepped back on Singapore grounds, that *tada* another crazy trip idea was conceived.
THAILAND in May! :) Yipeeyay!! Most prolly 10th May straight after our exams.
We will be backpacking mostly in Northern Thailand. The plan is to fly to Bangkok, take a bus to Um Phang, then on to Mae Hong Son and Chiang Dao for some hilltribe trekking and caving, to Chiang Mai, take a train back to Bangkok, and then to Kho Chang for beach. Something like that. Would stop by Kanchanaburi and Ayutthaya if there is time. We are probably going to bust our butts with all those bus and train rides, but I think it's going to be great :) It will be a roughly two and a half week trip. After that, I most probably gotta zoom off to Bali. But this time, instead of just going home, I will be taking on a traveller's perspective and explore more places while I still have the chances, instead of just bumming around doing naught.
I've been so busy these two weeks eversince school starts. All my resolutions to exercise more blahdeblah have temporarily gone out the window. No time to even sit somewhere quiet more than 15 minutes doing something that has got nothing to do with school or tuition.
May. What is taking you so long...
Labels: South east Asia, travel