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Perhaps one of the most interesting things to see in Bangkok is the live boxing match, Muay Thai, Thailand’s national sport. It’s a completely different experience shopping at a market with an English-speaking local to tell you what’s going on. Continuing with the edible things to do in Bangkok, floating markets are some of the best places to go to for an authentic food experience in the city. It’s located in a calm alleyway right next to the Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple and Soi Silom 20 with excellent street food options.
But there are many other things to do in Normandy including the iconic Mont-Saint-Michel, illustrious Monet’s Garden, and the unbelievable Bayeux Tapestry. Soak Up the Impressionism at Claude Monet’s Garden Out of all the things to do in Normandy, the excellent Monet House and Garden are sure to be a highlight of your tour around the area. Otherwise, there is a designated campervan stop near Mont Saint Michel called Aire du Mont Saint Michel which costs €16.50 per night including all facilities. Free of charge you can wander around Dior’s childhood home’s elegant gardens and enjoy views stretching across the sea to Jersey on a clear day.
It’s one of those places to see in Vietnam that’s easy to reach and doesn’t require any special equipment to explore. Aside from beautiful gardens, war rooms and underground tunnels, it’s best known for one of the most symbolic moments in Vietnam’s history. The highest cost to enter any of the tomb sites is 100,000 VND ($4.50) per person and visiting the Purple City complex cost 150,000 VND ($6.70) per person. If you stay in dorm rooms, eat street food and take local transport you’ll comfortably get by on around 400,000 VND ($18) per person.
High End: It’s easily possible to exceed $100 to $200 per day if you stay in resorts or top-end hotels whilst dining out and taking private tours to all the sights. a pass to access all the temple sights is $37 for 1 day, $62 for 3 days, and $72 for 7 days. Plus the cost of a Tuk Tuk with a driver to take you around is $15 to $20 per day. There’s a fast boat service which leaves daily from Chau Doc (4 hours drive from Saigon) in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta and takes 5h to reach Phnom Penh via the river.
Starting to feel Christmassy with all these oranges and clementines around us in the Spanish countryside. ___________________🍊___________________ #oranges #feelingchristmassy #spain #spanishcountryside #vanlifers #vanlifeeurope #vanlife #travelblogger #bloggerphoto #instaphoto #travelphotos #amateurphotographer #amateurphoto #travellove #travellers
Sometimes we have cute guests in our van conversion. 😍 This one was very well behaved, but he liked to jump into the van for a sniff when we weren't looking. #vanlifediaries #vanlife #vanlifedogs #vanlifeeurope #france #vanconversion #vantravels #instadogs #travellove #instapic #travellingeuropeinavan
In France, "beau village de France" means one of the most beautiful villages in France. And this tiny place, St Suzanne, recommended to us by the locals, is known as Pearl of Maine. The place felt well off the beaten path. There was hardly anyone there. It was a real treat to explore. We walked the narrow cobbled streets, visited the castle ruins and climbed up the 14-15th Century ramparts for panoramic views. If you happen to be in Mayenne, pop into the village, it's so pretty. #vanlife #vanlifeinfrance #vanlifediaries #stsuzannefrance #france #europeinavan #vanconversion #vantravels #livinginavan #exploringfrance #summerinfrance #beautifulfrenchvillages #frenchcountryside #Château #castelruins in
We are bidding farewell to Normandie with this beautiful view. So happy we made it to St. Michael's Mount yesterday at sunset. We had a good wander around the fortress and a good walk to and from the mount. Today is overcast and rainy and the beach would have been too wet and muddy for the photos. Perfect weather for a day's work though. Although, we would have probably stayed nearby and waited for the better weather. The perks of living in a van conversion, eh. Normandy has been an absolute star. We felt so welcomed here in our van conversion and so lucky to be able to stay in aires equipped for campervans. We loved roaming the little picturesque villages and tasting the local delicacies, exploring the memorial beaches and learning more about life in France. And we look forward to seeing a little bit more of it in the next couple of weeks. ❤
Real-life van photo. This drawer is from our van kitchen with all the knick knacks in it. Charlie has cleverly built a two-level draw: the top level for the cutlery and the bottom one for cooking utensils and other stuff. If you want to learn what are the other van accessories that we use in our van conversion, pop over to the blog. We've got a list of essential items for the kitchen, bathroom and day to day living needs. Plus, there are some great suggestions for money management, WiFi connectivity, navigation and legal stuff when hitting the road in the EU. Link in bio ☝️. #vanlife #vanaccessories #livingtiny #tinyliving #travellingeuropeinavan #travelblogger #france #franceinavan #campervanaccessories #photooftheday #vanconversion #vanphoto