One of our favorite things to do is walk around at the night markets. It's a place where everybody goes once the sun goes down (bringing the heat with it).
Another one of the greatest things about Thailand (and SE Asia in general) is that it is super affordable. $1 is roughly 36 Baht.
Eating out, for example, costs about $1 - $3 per person. If you want to eat the street food (which is super yummy) it can cost half that.
You can rent a house for as little as 4000B - 5000B ($110 - $140) per month. (Not bad).
Many mornings, while we were in Chiang Mai, Katie and I would sit up on the balcony of a coffee shop.
Early in the mornings we would see the monks walking the streets, collecting their alms.
We have a few ideas of where and how we'll tour when we get back. It's hard for us to justify fixing our bus and trying to tour on the back of 20 year old school bus.
It's been one hell of a run, that's for sure. I am grateful that we've been able to tour (and meet so many people) from all over the world.
I have been really focused on finishing this EP so I can start practicing all my other new material.
We'll try to do a better job blogging and keeping everyone up to date with our situation. As always, thank you for all the love and support. Sincerely, Brian & Katie.