It seems that the time flies too fast and that we get caught up in the swiftness of the current of life and sometimes we need to just take a moment to …breathe… inhale…exhale…repeat slowly. This is a listing of what is coming to the ‘fill-in-the-blanks” section over the past year. Some of these travels… Continue reading Take up where we left off…
I am a local Google Guide...which means that I review and rate different places in my local community and add them to Google maps to be found by hungry and weary travelers every where. My newest statistics from Google Maps shows that Chakalaka gets a lot of love with over 3000+ views and a great… Continue reading Chakalaka…gets the love!
Yes, we are back at Chakalaka for the wonderful breakfast buffet, and yes, my 3 desserts for brunch still stands! This time we brought our friends who were stoked to get to try the delicious offerings from hand carved ham and home made sausage to freshly made omelette, and eggs benny! And that is just… Continue reading And…Here we go again!
Well we purchased tickets to Mexico for this winter and we are really looking forward to it. We also decided to take a side trip from Cabo to Chetumal and check out the other side of the land mass. Interjet had some great prices so we went with the San Jose del Cabo to Chetumal… Continue reading To Mexico… maybe!?
Hey all... travelers, wanderers, tourists, and life vagabonds... it has been a busy and interesting 6 months. Sorry to have been off line for so long...and I know you missed me a lot! But, some times...life happens to us and we just have to do our best to deal with it. But, now I'm back… Continue reading An interesting 6 months
The Chakalaka has a breakfast buffet that is worth sinking your teeth into every Saturday and Sunday (yes, read that which ever way you like!) If you like dessert for breakfast (as I do) then you may want to try a tangy lemon square, or maybe black forest cake, or a fluffy cheesecake. If traditional… Continue reading Three desserts for breakfast? Why not?
This is a massive are (about 189,000 sq meters) with a large animal population of over 1600 different animals. You can take the day and stroll around or hop on the tram and do a circle tour. Either way the zoo is always popular with kids (large and small) and never ceases to amaze me… Continue reading The Dusit Zoo in Bangkok
Ah... some one said, "parting is such sweet sorrow" ... and so it was! The last dinner with our group was at one of Dan's favorite restaurants in Bangkok Jim's Burgers and was he very happy! But, we were happy too...there was an abundance of food that was dripping with cheese, fantastic fries and a… Continue reading Last dinner with our group
Ahhh... the time we had with great people, great food and wonderful travels! But, all good things must be remembered and we have the pictures to prove it. The road back to Bangkok was long and some what arduous, miles in the bus, and crossing boarders without washrooms. We really enjoyed our time together with… Continue reading Back to Beautiful Bangkok….
The main highlight of our Cambodia Tour was our visit to Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat is an experience that you must have! It is truly incredible, beautiful and awe inspiring! Our guide filled us in on the history of this beautiful place as we strolled along the promenade toward the temple. It was truly quite… Continue reading So Many Wats