We are ShEvo.
What started as a sabbatical became an epic world-wide journey... that never ended. Today, ShEvo (that's Sheila and Evo, also known as "us") are living the expat life in Bangkok, still telling stories and having adventures. Are you keeping up?
Current Season (started June 14, 2016)
Season Two (Aired Oct 2015 - June 2016)
Season One (Aired Dec 2014 - Oct 2015)
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"Of the 372,000 miles of coastline NASA says we have on the Earth, only a fraction are of the 'beach/bathing' variety."
"Now as much as I love cheese, I’m not so much of a fan as to plan an entire itinerary around it. Then again, I really didn’t need to because cheese—good, plentiful and sometimes horribly expensive—is not hard to find when you travel in Europe."
Cheese plate served with wine, jam and honey close-up
"Every few seconds someone in the crowd of thousands would stand up and start marching, hopping, running or sometimes crawling toward the stage. Marchers, crawlers, and hoppers were entertaining and fun to photograph, but the runners you had to look out for."
"If you’re game for giving Snapchat a (or perhaps a second) chance, I’ve some “friend” recommendations for you. These people are doing a great job telling stories within the limitations of the medium. And they only occasionally use the silly face filters."
"With its origins dating back to the 4th century, Santiago de Compostela is an old city. Like many still-standing European towns, it grew organically rather than from central planning, developing a hodge-podge of streets running at odd angles with impossibly narrow sections."
From Our Blog
Would you like to see me drink too much, eat too much, or pay a guy to shove metal sticks in my ear? Your choice!
When we left The States at the start of 2015, we made sure we had mobile plans that would allow our phones to work everywhere. That was screwup #1, brought on by a barrage of misinformation that led me to the erroneous conclusion that stability mattered.
Getting a non-immigrant visa in Thailand isn't hard. It's just a process. And a poorly documented one at that. This is the first of what I hope is only a two part story on doing just that. I hope?