Travel Abroad

In this section of my travel blog, you will find a selection of incredibly detailed itineraries. These range from quick three to five-day getaways in Europe all the way to two-week-long mega-tours a little further afield.
Planning your upcoming trip can be a bit of a pain. Especially if, like me, you like to cram in as many activities and sites as possible.
And I will be the first to admit that I am a little OCD when it comes to vacation planning. I blame my dad who created an excel spreadsheet sheet for every one of my childhood holidays. 
I do generally spend a couple of weeks on every single itinerary I create.  The scientist in me likes to be thorough with her research. This, however, means that the hard work has been done for you. And you can feel safe in the fact, that Gary and I tested each of these itineraries personally.
Obviously, you do not need to follow my itineraries to a T. We all have our preferences and personal way of travelling.  But, hopefully, these itineraries will provide you with at least a bit of inspiration and a core structure to follow

Two luxurious and cultural weeks in Thailand - The Ultimate Itinerary

Thailand is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. From dazzling temples and night markets, to hill tribe treks and idyllic islands, this country has it all.

What initially drew Gary and me to Thailand was its culture and history. We were keen to explore the shining temples and crumbling ancient ruins, we were excited to see the colourfully-cloaked monks and smouldering incense. But what we found was so much more…

Although Thailand isn’t actually that big in size ( about double that of the UK ), there are so many things to see and discover that planning your two-week trip is difficult, and will most likely require a couple of sacrifices. Most professionals have a holiday allowance of about two weeks and you most certainly would be forgiven for assuming that this isn’t enough time to explore Thailand thoroughly. If your main goal is to relax, you might indeed want to spend the majority of your time on the islands.

However if like us, you want to take in as much of the country as possible in those two weeks, have as many experiences as you possibly could in said time-frame, then you have come to the right place.

The itinerary outlined below for a luxurious two-week vacation in Thailand takes in the classic sights as well as some more off the beaten track experiences and destinations.

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