You Can’t Opt Out Of Religion In SE Asia

You Can’t Opt Out Of Religion In SE Asia

Well someone woke up on the wrong side of the manger today, and just in time for Xmas. After living in SE Asia for the better part of two years, Evo’s kinda done with being surrounded by religion, and religion is an inescapable part of every culture in this part of the world. As he explains in the episode, his malaise started with a visit to Angkor Wat, festered living in Thailand, and came to a head as he slammed through three different religious cultures in Indonesia.

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Chiang Mai Death March [Exclusive #8]

Checking off another box from the “obvious places to visit in Thailand” list!

Apart from the occasional mentions of Sheila’s teaching life here in Bangkok, this special bonus episode just for our supporters is all about our future travel trip to Chiang Mai. Which means “no Chiang”... whatever Chiang means. Oddly enough, we haven’t yet traveled to Chiang Mai in the 2+ years we’ve been in Thailand. Time to change that. And since this is the time of year when the grounds around the city are not on fire, it’s a great time to visit.

What’s calling us to a place that Evo’s is on record as calling “where travel bloggers go to die”? Listen in and find out what we’re excited about. And why Sheila might get Evo kicked out of the country.

Also, the weather is cooling off down here, which means Sheila’s down allergy is once again a concern. No, you wouldn’t think that would be an issue in Thailand. But you would be wrong.

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About This One Time

This One Time is a comedy travel podcast hosted by OG podcasters and world travelers Evo Terra and Sheila Dee. This is the fourth iteration (season, if you will) of their podcast which always features stories of their travels and life abroad. Visit ShEvo.wtf for more information about this dynamic duo. And stay subscribed for the next episode!

International Hassles of Renting a Motorcycle

International Hassles of Renting a Motorcycle

Apparently we talk about riding motorbikes in Southeast Asia quite a lot. As such, one of our long-time listeners wants to know more. Like are licenses required? How much does it cost to rent a motorbike in Thailand or other countries in SE Asia? And just what is required to rent one of these two-wheeled death traps? We have the answers. Listen in!

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