What better way too see the jungle than from the seat of dirtbike? This video clip is made from footage shot at our second trip to the jungle. The video camera was taped to Yo’s helmet…. somehow that seemed like the safest place
After a long period with no new clips, its finally time again… this time with a collection of random clips from the life around WaLai House… enjoy!
The weirdest thing ever just happened! We were at the local Chiang Mai cinema to get tickets for this evenings James Bond movie, and out of nowhere this American guy came up and spotted us! I can’t remember the exact words, but it was something like “Hey, you’re those guys from Youtube, right?”.
I took us completely off guard, but I guess we’ll have to get used to the celebrity life now – maybe they have VIP tuk-tuks?
After the birth of Yo and Auns baby, we were all invited to a bbq at Auns parents house outside of Chiang Mai.
Whoa! I finally gathered the courage to get off my lazy butt and fool around with the page design. Since this operation requires delicate cooperation between myself and Kapper, it could take a while before things look even remotely acceptable again. Please be patient!
After a long hard hangover filled weekend, it was time to do something relaxing. A trip to the local zoo was just what we needed
Here comes another little video cast. This time a small glimpse into our daily life in Chiang Mai.
There are some things you just have to do, no matter how cliche touristy they may seem… in Bangkok, its the floating market about an hours drive out of town…
Life in Chiang Mai is good… We are staying at a small (19 rooms) guest house called Wa Lai House. The rooms are clean and cozy and its location in the city is simply perfect.
The guest house is owned by a young couple called yo and aun who are more than just friendly. Whenever something is happening in the city, they invite everybody to jump in the back of yo’s pickup and go with them. So thats what we have been doing this weekend, riding around town for Loi Krathong in the back of a pickup truck with 12 other young people from around the world.
With a little luck (an alternative to effort for lazy people like us) we will soon get a small video of Wa Lai House finished and posted
Short clips from the night in Bangkok, and a short review of Thai snacks…