My flight out of Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport leaves at 13:55. I arrange through my hostel for a van pick me up at 11:00 since it will apparently take upwards of an hour to reach the terminal. This gives me plenty of time to wake up early, check out some sites, eat some food, and relax as I
Days out in the wilderness with only your thoughts for company - basically the perfect getaway. No dealing with other people, city noise, traffic, television, or any other of life's distractions. As awesome as I expected this life on the Pacific Crest Trail to be, it is also quite eerie at times
Planning ahead of time is a sure-fire way to ensure that things go wrong. Rarely does one formulate a plan and then proceed to flawlessly execute said plan (especially in the world of travel). My philosophy is simple: if you don't have a plan, then nothing can ever "not go according to plan"
To many people, the idea of traveling alone can be horrifying. Granted, plenty of things can go wrong while traveling solo (getting kidnapped, winding up in a foreign prison, having your organs harvested, being sold into slavery), but plenty can also go wrong if you're traveling in a group, or if