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Evanne Allen

Chiang Mai, Thailand


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Travel blogger from North Carolina living in Virginia by way of Thailand and Washington, D.C. Loves museums, hiking, artisan goods, meeting the locals, dogs, food and wine.

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AHa Long Bay: How long do you recommend staying in Ha Long Bay?

I was there in March 2015 and did a two night cruise with Glory Legend Cruise. The bay itself is gorgeous, but we were underwhelmed with the cruise. Great food, but the kayaking "excursion" was kind of a joke and the one beach you go to is packed with a bunch of... See More

ASpain: Top cities to visit in Spain?

Madrid​ is fantastic! I studied abroad there and fell in love, don't skip it! Also Toledo​ and Segovia​ as someone else mentioned, are always fond memories of mine. Neither are too touristy but both have so... See More

AWashington, DC: Best food trucks in DC?

Rito Loco​ is always one of my favorites! See More

AVietnam: 2 weeks in Vietnam...Recommended route?

I just went to Vietnam for the first time and spent two weeks there. You're going to love it!! We started in the north, but here is our itinerary: Hanoi​ 2 nights 2 nights on a boat in Halong Bay Vietnam​ (I would try to remain... See More

AChiang Rai: Places to stay, things to do?

Chiang Rai is a quiet place, but the White Temple​ is beautiful (although a bit odd and touristy) as well as the Black House Museum​ which is sometimes called The Black Temple (but it's not really a temple). We stayed at A-Star... See More

ASingapore: Singapore Trip for 27yo couple

I loved Singapore! Definitely check out the Night Safari​, I thought it would be cheesy, but it was actually really interesting and different from any zoo I've ever been to. Something else that sounds awful, but was actually quite fun is a DUKW tour.... See More

AWashington, DC: What are the best things to eat, see and do as a local in Washington, DC?

Hit up farmers markets on the weekends. The Dupont Circle FRESHFARM Market​ is great plus Union Market​ is a little out of the way and something most tourists might not get to see. Eat in the Shaw area at Thai-Xing​... See More

AWashington, DC: Best areas in Washington, D.C. for foodies?

There are some great answers on here already, so I just wanted to add Duke's Grocery​ in Dupont and 1789 Restaurant​ for an upscale dinner in Georgetown. 14th St NW​ has new places popping up all the time in... See More

AThailand: Best temples to visit in Thailand?

I second Ayutthaya Historical Park​! It's a quick day trip from Bangkok (you can catch a mini bus from the Victory monument) and super interesting. Also Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep​ in Chiang Mai. It's considered one of the most... See More

AThailand: Which city has the most to do?

Sounds like Chiang Mai​ is what you're looking for! I live here now, so I'm a little biased, but there are tons of cheap hostels (or Airbnb - we stayed with when we first arrived about $15/night). CM is also FULL of temples including Doi... See More

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