We opted for a post-champagne-in-the-city New Years’ Day escape for some R&R before heading back to work. This charming little town about an hour outside Montréal was easy to navigate, minus the slippery snow covered hill that required the extra push courtesy of my passengers. Lac Léon, frozen over, offered up alarm replacing sunrises and […]Read more "Ste-Ambroise-de-Kildare, QC [YUL]"
Kitsuné, 19 Prince Arthur Ouest, Montreal, QCRead more "Stop-over: Kitsuné [YUL]"
Another SIN city. Possibly only less excessive than Dubai. But I’ve never been there. I managed, although you could honestly never leave, to get away from the shiny lights at the three tower super structure Marina Bay Sands Hotel – a more-than-luxurious-5-star-hotel which includes a mall, a casino, gardens, a Ferris wheel and a rooftop […]Read more "Singapore [SIN]"
This is the kind of place where your ferry doesn’t dock and a longtail boat brings you to shore where you unload your bags onto to the sandy beach before sunset. Sunrise Tropical Resort supplied us with some tranquility in between lounging on Hat Phra Nang with some boat grub for lunch, and Hat Railay […]Read more "Railay, Thailand [KBV]"
Kopitiam by Wilai, 18 Talang R., Muang Phuket City, ภูเก็ต 83000, ThailandRead more "Stop-over: Wilai [HKT]"
Ko Phi Phi (pronounced Pee Pee) is a beautiful island in the Andaman Sea that is high on the list of things to see in Thailand. And people rarely flock to places that could be passed up. Take a boat from Phuket (if you time it perfectly, you’ll make the last one at 3:00 pm, […]Read more "Ko Phi Phi, Thailand [HKT]"
Chiang Mai welcomed us with open arms. It was nice to get out of busy Bangkok, although traffic jams can be just as chaotic as in the capital. It’s a northern epicenter with loads to see and just the right mix of a chill, rural, easy going and fun loving crowd. Our stay at Sathu […]Read more "Chiang Mai, Thailand [CNX]"