It’s 4.30am and I’m sat on a hostel bathroom floor with a wicked case of food poisoning. Oh man I shouldn’t have left Pai today.
Second night in a row at the rooftop bar, tonight it was just the two of us. And I played my part as an excellent wingwoman after an aesthetically exquisite German guy hit on Gigi.
This place holds some nice memories.
Various vegan treats in Chiang Mai. The pizza base was like layered with veggies and fried batter omg.
Met a struggling vegan-turned-vegetarian-turned-almost-giving-up girl whilst travelling. Her boyfriend was as non veggie as it gets and made it pretty difficult for her. Gave her lots of tips and advice about what and where to eat in Thailand and this happened!
A little bit of positive vegan contact makes so much difference!
I got my septum pierced (with my gold and ruby ring from Etsy)!!!! And I love it. Today felt like the first real day of our holiday, and we booked in to visit the local elephant sanctuary, after carefully looking up an ethical place to visit. As soon as we walked into their office, the lady went straight into telling us that there would be no rides, no shows, and the buffet was strictly vegetarian… What a dream!
Blurry pictures. I keep thinking “oh, it’s the last night market, the last strawberry smoothie here, the last-” forgetting that I’m coming back here on my own in April. That it’s not the last time I’ll be in this little town.
We’re no longer teachers at the High School, and it was the last time spending time with colleagues, and I kind of hate goodbyes, so we decided not to say goodbye and say “see you again” because, why not?
you kids these days with your rapidly growing concern for the state of the world and your knowledge of important issues at increasingly younger ages despite having been told your opinions don’t matter by the adults who put you in these situations
oh my god