How To Get a Multi-Entry Thai Visa for Canadian Citizens

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Guess what our next destination is? THAILAND! I’m so excited for this new part of the world we’ll get to discover this winter, but South East Asia isn’t as nice when it comes to visas as Central America was. To stay in Thailand for 6 months, Chris and I had to each get a multi-entry visa and I thought I’d share our experience on the blog since there are quite a few lessons we learned that I didn’t know before. Don’t get your visa until you’re ready to leave When Chris went to Australia, he got a visa that was …

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7 Things I Really Missed About Canada

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After spending a full year outside Canada, it feels so good to be back. Traveling is amazing, but coming back and feeling that sense of belonging is also pretty necessary. I couldn’t travel indefinitely and avoid Canada forever, I miss it too much. If you’ve ever traveled the world for an extended period of time and just came back home, you might very well relate to this. There are so many things I missed about Canada! 1) Flushing toilet paper in the toilet Half the world (and maybe even more) doesn’t flush toilet paper down the toilet. Instead, you have to …

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Successful Nomad: Jonny Blair

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THIS POST IS PART OF THE SUCCESSFUL NOMADS SERIES Have you even wondered how people can travel and support themselves at the same time? It’s not as difficult as it seems! To show you that there are already plenty of people doing it, and that you can do it too, we’ve interviewed different kinds of nomads. They were all given 30 questions, with a minimum of 10 to answer. Jonny Blair is the one answering them for us today! You can find him at http://dontstopliving.net/ 1) Where are you from? I grew up in the town of Bangor in Northern …

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Successful Nomad: Kayla Kurin

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THIS POST IS PART OF THE SUCCESSFUL NOMADS SERIES Have you even wondered how people can travel and support themselves at the same time? It’s not as difficult as it seems! To show you that there are already plenty of people doing it, and that you can do it too, we’ve interviewed different kinds of nomads. They were all given 30 questions, with a minimum of 10 to answer. Kayla Kurin is the one answering them for us today! You can find her at http://www.arogayoga.com/ 1) Where are you from? I’m from Toronto, Canada. I also lived in Halifax, Canada …

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Successful Nomad: Sanne Wesselman

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THIS POST IS PART OF THE SUCCESSFUL NOMADS SERIES Have you even wondered how people can travel and support themselves at the same time? It’s not as difficult as it seems! To show you that there are already plenty of people doing it, and that you can do it too, we’ve interviewed different kinds of nomads. They were all given 30 questions, with a minimum of 10 to answer. Sanne Wesselman is the one answering them for us today! You can find her at http://www.spendlifetraveling.com/ 1) Where are you from? I am from The Netherlands. I was born in the …

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