SIAM SQUARE, JIM THOMPSON HOUSE, OVERNIGHT TRAIN FROM BANGKOK TO CHIANG MAI, THAILAND (DAYS 3 & 4)

This is day 3 and 4 of 20 days in Southeast Asia. Our last day in Bangkok we visit the Jim Thompson House Museum, buy backpacks at the Bangkok Art and Culture Center, eat hotpot, visit Erawan Shrine, and see the Snake Farm. Later in the evening, we catch an overnight train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. We explore Chiang Mai’s Old City, eat grilled tilapia, visit the Lanna Folk Art Museum and take a Thai cooking class in the evening.

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MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: JANUARY 22–28, 2018 (GABBY MOM JEANS, HAND PIES, PARK CITY, 12-HOUR ROAD TRIP)

My work week featured Gabby,  hand pies, a day at the Getty Villa, and a slip and fall that left me with a stupid bruise that I thought *might* prevent me from ski lessons. But I made it to Park City, Utah, conquered a blue run, spent time with Zach’s family, and we made it back to Los Angeles after a 12-hour road trip. Beautiful food and landscapes along the way.

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WAT PHO, BANGKOK NATIONAL MUSEUM, WAT ARUN: BANGKOK, THAILAND (DAY 2)

This is day 2 of 20 days in Southeast Asia. Zach and I explore the historical city center of Bangkok to see the giant Reclining Buddha in person, encounter the public visitation to the royal urn honoring King Bhumibol Adulyadej, climb up Wat Arun, experience two very different museums (one with dead bodies, the other with Thai artifacts) and eat a very delicious fried noodle dish.

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