#Glutenfree #Railay


Railay is a popular place with beach goers and rock climbers. It’s a quick flight from Bangkok to Krabi, and then a taxi and boat ride to the island itself. It makes for a great long weekend getaway!

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Gluten Free Hua Hin

This is one of my favourite weekend spots. Only a couple hours away from Bangkok, Hua Hin has a beach, delectable seafood and a very calm atmosphere. If you’ve read my post on Hua Hin Hills Vineyard, then you know the other reason I like to go! Continue reading


Surviving Gluten Free in Chiang Mai


View of Chiang Mai from Doi Suthip

This lovely walled city is called ‘the rose of the north’ and it is easy to understand why. Less hustle and bustle, plus genuinely friendly people make this a nice destination for travelers. While you may find the cost of travelling here cheaper compared to Bangkok, you will also notice that there is a slower pace, another nice contrast to the capital. Chiang Mai is one of Thailand’s largest cities, though it doesn’t feel too big in the centre. It is easy to get around by bicycle and motorbike – these two travel options are widely available and won’t break the bank. Continue reading