I had the opportunity to travel to Thailand in my last year in college. It was an exciting experience for me since its my first time to travel overseas. We traveled with our professor who knew quite a lot of the place so we didn’t had to worry so much about where to go or eat or any activity we’ll do. Yet she assigned us to manage a certain day of our travel. She gave us assignments to book our hostels and itinerary for the day. We were hands on to this experience that it was fulfilling to do travel planning and actually making it happen. Yeah! We were in a very tight budget that time so we had to limit our expenses but still get the most out of our first in a lifetime of travel experience.
So here’s our Travel Guide: Continue reading “DIY Chiang Mai, Mae Sod and Bangkok, Thailand Trip”