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Ah… when I think of my friends freezing their nuts back home as they’re desperately looking at their depressing thermometer, while I am getting my butt tanned on the border of a white sand beach somewhere on a desert island, and whose water transparency actually allows me to see my feet from the surface, unlike the Mediterrannean sea, which is real dirty.

How great is that ?

This is typically the kind of sentences I had the chance to tell myself during my trip in Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia :) If you too want to have the chance to tell yourself the same kind of stories, then I guess you came to the right place, I mean…website.

About this website

ThaiPacker (not “Thai Packer”), kind of a combination between “Thailand” and “BackPacker” and adapted version of¬†the french one is a project that was born after my three and a half months journey in southeast Asia.

What I offer here, is a more funny way to learn about Thailand than a regular touristic guide, and on a personal note.

The feedback that I’m sharing on ThaiPacker is a combination of articles, useful tips, advices, personal stories, and anecdotes focusing on the important details.

Actually, before my departure I was asking myself a whole lot of questions about precise details because I don’t like non-approximate things, I like sharp. But out of all the websites and blogs and guides I could find and read, I couldn’t really find what I was looking for and it looked like everyone was sharing the same “common” information. That’s why I’m giving you MY version, MY feedback, and hopefully I can answer the questions you didn’t find the answers elsewhere.

And even though it is true that it’s comforting to have all of our questions answered before leaving, it is also good not to ask too many and find out by ourselves over the experiences!

Throughout my website, you will find different kind of articles, sorted by themes. Some kind of detailed “report” that comes with examples to picture it and that goes as far as possible in the very detail, because remember, I like sharp things :-)

Good reading :)

mika

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