Author Archive | Louisa Mitchell

Catmosphere Cat Cafe

The perfect cafe for cat lovers. If you are thinking, gross, unclean, you would be wrong, this is one of the cleanest cafe’s I have ever been too. Pop in order a drink, some food, cuddle a cat or even adopt one! The girls had different reactions in the beginning. Michaela was straight into it, […]

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Chiang Rai

One temple I really wanted to see before we left Thailand was Wat Rong Khun, more commonly known as the White Temple. It’s very different from traditional Thai temples. From the circle of rebirth bridge to the painting inside with hidden characters like minions and Yoda in them, it’s very quirky.         […]

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Fun around Chiang Mai

A collection of photos from some of the outings I took the girls on before we left Chiang Mai;   We took a trip to Bo Sang Handicraft where you can watch the whole process of them making the umbrellas and parasols, along with some fans and lanterns.         They will also […]

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Mae Hong Son Loop

After having lived in Chiang Mai for 2 years, being really sick while pregnant and then having a newborn, we finally did our first family road trip in Thailand, the Mae Hong Son loop. Michael had been on his motorbike a few times, which he recommends as the way to go, but this was the […]

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Kuala Lumpur with Kids

Kuala Lumpur is a great city to explore with kids, there is so much to do! We had our last two Thai visa trips to Kuala Lumpur, when Emma was 2 years old and Michaela was 1 year old. We chose KL a second time so we could do a lot of the activities we […]

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Ko Lanta

Our family holiday to the Southern Thailand island of Ko Lanta                                                                                         […]

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Exploring Temples Around Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai old city was built over 700 years ago, the city was once an entirely walled square surrounded by a moat. Some of the original city walls still remain particularly the great brick bastions at the four corners replete with their walkways and arrow slits to protect against invading armies. (1) Here are some photos […]

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Doi Inthanon

Part of the Himalayan mountain range, Doi Inthanon is Thailand’s tallest peak at 2,565 metres above the sea level. Doi Inthanon National Park covers an area of 482.4 square kilometers in three districts of Chiang Mai province. The name Doi Inthanon was given in honour of King Inthawichavanon, one of the last kings of Chiang Mai, who […]

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Family Bike Ride

We had our first family bike ride yesterday. Got to test both the WeeHoos – love them! Emma has a great time in her WeeHoo and occasionally you can hear her say “Weehoo” while riding. Michaela did well, talking away and eventually falling asleep. Emma getting excited, this kids loves going out!   All strapped […]

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Doi Suthep Temple

Wat Doi Suthep is one of the main tourist things to do here in Chiang Mai. After being here for a year we thought we would finally visit.         It’s 309 steps to the top Emma took a few breaks, but she walked most of the way up herself       […]

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