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About Chris Wotton

A twenty-something crazy about travel, Chris Wotton is a writer with a specialization in Thailand and elsewhere in Southeast Asia. Chris is happiest off the tourist trail, submerged in local culture – and eating local food!

Riding the Extraordinary UK Railway Routes

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We live in an age of time zone jumping super-speed air travel, where we can zip from one side of the globe to the other in the space of a day at most. But still nothing beats the romance of the trains, yesteryear’s transportation of choice – and all the better if it’s a near […]

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July 18, 2012 by | Comments Off on Riding the Extraordinary UK Railway Routes

5 Mouth-Watering Traditional Dishes in Thailand

Satay

Thai food is renowned world over and eaten in all four corners of the globe – but what about the real thing? If you’re headed to Thailand, think beyond pad thai and make sure you chow down on these authentic favorites. You’re guaranteed success with these recommendations and our tips for where to track them […]

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June 29, 2012 by | Comments Off on 5 Mouth-Watering Traditional Dishes in Thailand

Thailand on $20 a Day

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Traveling in Thailand today is a far cry from the days when you could get a picture-perfect bungalow on a white-sand beach for less than two dollars a night. Accommodation, transport, food and drink have all risen in price, and many visitors find their baht doesn’t go as far as they had hoped. All the […]

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May 7, 2012 by | Comments Off on Thailand on $20 a Day