Coconut ice cream with real coconut shreds and peanuts in a coconut shell.. Doing our last day in Thailand right. I will miss this country!
The Taj Mahal (Taken with Instagram at Agra) - Emperor Jahan during 1600’s had this built for the passing of his 3rd wife. It took about 20 years to build. If you haven’t read the book An Idiot Abroad, it describes the Taj Mahal as a structure that looks like it was glued into a background where it did not belong. Without a doubt it was a breathtaking sight, very far from the rest of the country!
Just riding through Jaipur, India on a camel with @marissajo.. 🐫🐫🐫 (Taken with Instagram at Jal Mahal) We just can’t resist animal adventures.. Again I was reminded on how much I dislike horseback riding, not a fun time for your rump.
My 70th dinner date in a row with @marissajo haha.. Chicken tikka masala, mushroom mutter, naan bread - delicious!! 👌🍴 I love Indian food! There is so much culture in all around India, actually there is culture all around the world - but culture is best displayed through food if you ask me..
All about the gold in India! 💰💰💰. Leaving Chennai ✈ for Goa tomorrow (Taken with Instagram at T. Nagar)
"RUN BKK Together Forever!" - Thailand’s oldest half marathon conquered with @marissajo River Kwai Half Marathon! To sum it all up, we traveled to the wrong city, hitched a truck ride to the middle of a jungle, stayed somewhere with no hot water or connection to any internet nearby, had chips for breakfast, cup of noodles for our pre night meal, then hitched a ride on a pick up truck to the start of the race - BUT we finished and that is all that matters.
RAWR 🐯🐯🐯 (Taken with Instagram at Tiger Kingdom (คุ้มเสือ)) … yeah I did it. I don’t like to support these animal institutions, (elephants, dolphins, tigers) these animals belong in the wild I agree. But I guess we couldn’t resist -__- they were really cute though.
"Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all" -Helen Keller (Taken with Instagram at Kuangsi Waterfall)
Climbing trees, swinging ropes & waterfalls, I love Laos! One of my favorite countries during this trip. Not because I got to adventure around and jump into waterfalls (although that is a plus) but because there was no other country that felt distant from chaos. I felt so serene and at one with myself in Laos, hopefully I can take that serenity home with me… now that will be a challenge!