February 29, 2012

A Peek at Upcoming Thailand Travel Series! {Naptime on the Road}

I am excited to report that over the next few months I’ll be rolling out a whole new travel series based on my trip to Thailand for Sea Cuisine. I can’t wait to share everything we did on our trip. You can expect to read about plenty of seafood, sites, and beaches! I’ll also have a few webisodes for you to enjoy. Stay tuned and here is a sneak peak! :


We started off our trip in Bangkok…

…where we enjoyed the gorgeous wats…

Dried Shrimp..dried fish markets…

…and amazing Tom Yam Goong. (Sweet, Sour, Salty & Spicy Shrimp Soup).

BeachesThen we went to Phuket…

Fruit…where we fell in love with the fresh fruit…

BBQ Fish…and street stall barbecue fish.

As soon as I know the exact calendar for rolling out this series I’ll let you know. It was an incredible trip to a beautiful country filled with breathtaking sites and delicious seafood. Many thanks to Sea Cuisine for sponsoring the trip!


9 Responses to “A Peek at Upcoming Thailand Travel Series! {Naptime on the Road}”

  1. Carlamacmillan says:

    Nice pics Kel. mom

  2. Lfreeman says:

    Can’t wait!

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  5. Cannot *wait* to see more pictures from your trip!  Looks amazing!

  6. Sounds like a fantastic trip – can’t wait to see your series.

  7. John says:


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