Tuesday, March 16, 2010


Brandon and I gave his brother Pat a birthday trip to Vegas! We had an awesome time and went to see Cirque de Soliel's "Zumanity." I have to say that Vegas gets more and more fun every time I go.:)

Mindy (Pat's woman), Pat, B, and me.

The ceiling in the Bellagio...

$15 crab and steak at the America restaurant in New York, New York

With Michael Jackson...turns out he's alive!

At Zuuuummmmaaaannnniiiiittttyyyy!!! The host was a drag queen...he/she was awesome!
Amazing brunch buffet in Planet Hollywood...

Until next time...:)

Thursday, March 11, 2010

The Last of It...

So I promise this is the final post:)
We went to the Golden Triangle and went to the Opium Museum to learn about the history of drug trafficking in the area. Amazing but totally sad.
This is our guide Tuk that my dad uses every time he takes a group to Thailand. She is so awesome and is my new Thai mother. If you ever go to Thailand, use her!
They had these hats everywhere...it really makes his eye "pop"...don't you think? ;)
Laos is in the background across the river.
More of the Golden Triangle...

They have this at the drug checkpoint. They call him "Officer Cool" because he never takes breaks, and even when it's hot he keeps all his gear on and works round the clock...I thought it was funny;)

We had a quick stop in Seoul, so we went on a city tour and stopped for a traditional Korean barbecue. We sat on the ground (which was awesome) and the food was amazing! I even retried Kimchi, even though I know I don't like it, but I had to since I was in Korea...yep still don't like it.
The Blue House- the Korean equivalent of the White House.

The End.

Monday, March 8, 2010

More Thailand...sorry...well...actually I'm not sorry ;)

Lot's of pics- I know! I'm almost done, I promise...
We toured some local villages by boat...this little boy was my favorite...

A local market...
We toured the King's mother's house. She died like ten years ago, and they've kept her house exactly as she had it and turned it into a museum where you can tour the house and the huge gardens. It is amazing and huuuuuuge! They had men out there watering the lawns and the flowers because they don't have sprinklers...

Amazing flowers everywhere! They also had a greenhouse full of orchids-I'd never seen such beautiful or giant orchids in my life.

In front of the house.

Oh, and a sweet toilet.