Posts Tagged ‘thailand’
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FlipKey House Rental, Phuket

Staying in a house rental was an excellent arrangement for my family. We loved the convenience that came with having our own apartment, as well as the freedom and space, and most of all, the opportunity to experience a place li...


Things to Consider When Relocating

When our attempted move from Thailand to Taiwan turned into an epic fail, we tried to figure out why.  Our initial relocation to Thailand had gone off smoothly as well as my move to Seoul years ago before I was married.  Now ...



Top 10 Ways to Eat Like a King on a Budget

Food is culture, and culture is food; traveling wouldn’t be what it is if it wasn’t for regional specialities and dishes we can’t get at home (or anywhere else), though sometimes our wallets can restrict our e...


Lights in the Night Sky: Thailand

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 ilence seeped throughout the crowd as my friends and I lit our lantern, holding it steady as it filled with hot air. Around us, every inch of the grass field was covered ...



Best in Travel: Comfortable Flights, Thailand Solo Travel and Running a Blog

Every Wednesday, we round up the best of the online travel media and feature it here on Best in Travel. To join in the fun, follow us on  on Twitter @WildJunket and tag your favorite stories with #WJmag. We’ll bring  t...


Top 10 International Locations To House Sit

House sitting is fast becoming a savvy way to see the world and save a huge chunk of your travel fund at the same time. Avoiding hotels has its bonuses, whether you are exploring off the beaten track locations, soaking up some ...



How to Land a Job Teaching English in Paradise

While English teaching jobs are a dime a dozen, finding a job in a beautiful place is not quite as easy.  When it comes to Asia, the big, polluted cities have plenty of positions to go around.  But as soon you seek to live ou...


Top 5 Dishes to Try in Thailand

When in Thailand, you will not only fall in love with hospitable locals and stunning gold beaches, but also with Thai cuisine – slightly spicy, exotic, unusual and very affordable for every visitor, especially budget trav...



WildJunket Magazine Summer 2013 Issue Out Now!

The temperature is rising once again as summer quickly approaches, so to help you plan your jaunts for this summer, we’ve packed a flurry of travel stories from islands far and wide for you in this summer edition! As we annou...


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Kupu Kupu Beach Villas and Spa, Koh Phangan

Waking up in the morning with the ocean just a stone’s throw from our villa with nothing else but coconut palms in view, we had found paradise. Here on Koh Phangan we had found the ideal island getaway: Kupa Kupa Beach Villa...