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Olimpia – (continuing) being a tourist

So I have over-flooded you with my touristy snapshots of Thailand and I promise this is the last post on the matter (ok small lie, I still have to post my review of the Mandarin Oriental in Bangkok).  As you might have noticed  I absolutely loved Thailand, fell in love with their culture and their(…)

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Snapshots from Hua Hin

  These beauties were all over the resort…   Day trip to the nearby fisherman village…thanks god for the spa that fixed up my legs after the tour How Beautiful is this flower, Love Macro Photography Jumping: An instant mood improver! Shells, shells and more shells  Last Day in Hua Hin and the rain had(…)

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O’s Hotel Review: Evason Six Senses Hua Hin

  To arrive to The Evason Six Senses or in other words Spa-Bliss It takes just 3 hours drive along the coast from Bangkok to Hua Hin. The city itself is famed for being the first choice of their King for holiday. Located in 20-acres of lush tropical gardens,  with an array of colorful flowers,(…)

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Bangkok by night

On our way back to Europe we stopped for a day and a half in Bangkok, this time choosing to stay at the original Mandarin Oriental, the whole experience was a real treat (Hotel review post coming shortly). We decided to Dine at their River Side Restaurant, since it was highly recommended by our local(…)

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Dinner at the Chef’s Table

Nothing better than starting the New Year winning the one of the 4 prizes at Hotel’s (Evason Hua Hin)  random raffle! The prize we got was a personalized dinner by the Executive Chef of the Evason, as you can imagine, loving food the way I do, I was more than thrilled! Dinner took place in(…)

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O’s Hotel Review: The Anantara Golden Triangle – Chiang Rai

After just one hour flight from Bangkok we arrived in the Northern part of Thailand: Chiang Rai, located in the famed Golden Triangle: which overlaps with two other countries: Laos and Burma. The whole area feels like it belongs to an other era, vast Tobacco fields and Mango Trees surrounded us,  with local farmers harvesting(…)

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Welcome 2012

    Two-Thousand and Eleven we salute you!   From Fallonista’s point of view 2011 was: Such a turning point in my life. Opened an art gallery, and through that met some amazingly talented artists and some incredible people. It has also challenged me, and made me realise what hard work really is. I can not wait for(…)

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Olimpia as the Elephant whisperer – Chiang Rai Thailand

As soon as I hear the Anantara hotel of the Golden Triangle in Thailand had 30+ Elephants roaming around their premises including 10 babies, I was really excited of going there! On the first day I went to their “Elephant Camp” and was delighted to find a find a young and very friendly Elephant names “Elly”…It(…)

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