cheap fashion that all the ladies love
Thai snacks anyone?
just your run of the mill orchid stall at the market
duck in a pot
food market. all the fruits, veggies and meat you could ask for!
In a previous post, I shared with you my awesome finds from the Thursday morning market on Soi 23. This market, also known as the Asoke Market or Japanese Market, has anything you might possibly want or need! Today Killian and I ventured out to the market with our new friends (Loren also writes a blog on her adventures in Bangkok- check it out- great stuff for expats with kids!). Loren and her son were on a mission for toys and we had no other purpose there today but to take pictures with the Nikon so I can flex my photography muscles.
a jet setting but very tired toddler
“Please note where your “Exits” are located. All “Exits” are clearly marked and are located at the front and rear of the plane.”
I have read so many articles and blog posts on how to travel with your toddler and they are great in theory but I really wish one person had given it to me straight. Chris and I have decided that traveling to the US from Asia will be awful with our toddler and if it isn’t then we are really pleasantly surprised. I am normally a glass half-full kind of person but this is one scenario I go into with a pessimistic attitude.
So for the moms out there that really want to know what is like to travel around the world with a toddler (My experience thus far has been 17-22 month old. I’m sure the older they get the easier it is.) the following “tips” are the honest truth without any sugar coating.
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