My advice for parents planning a trip with kids is to remember the Three As: Adventure, Animals and Activities. It works for my four boys and I suspect it is the same for girls. ‘Animals’ is obvious (from critter-hunting in tidal pools to feeding kangaroos). ‘Adventure’ is physical (hiking up the tallest sand dune or […]
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TAKETOMI ISLAND On our first afternoon in the Yaeyamas, we took the easy, 15-minute ferry to Taketomi Island, renowned for its strong Ryukyu culture and architecture. I had hoped to cycle along the gravel paths, or at least take a slow water buffalo cart ride, through the traditional village.
An hour southwest of Bangkok, where the rivers of central Thailand empty into the sea, sit tiny Samut Songkhram and Samut Sakhon Provinces. (In Thai, samut means sea.) Many people pass right through them in their weekend rush to reach the beach resorts of Cha-am, Hua Hin or Pranburi.