Sawatdee from the tropical island of Koh Tao! I’ve been here in the Gulf of Thailand for around a week now, and its more incredible that I could have imagined.
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As an American, you’re allowed visa-free entry into Thailand for 30 days at a stretch. Since I’m here for 2 months, but didn’t bother prearranging for an extended 60-day visa, it was time to do a little border-hopping to renew my stay. And what better place to go than Cambodia?
When the lavish MAYA Lifestyle Shopping Center (that name is a bit of a mouthful) opened in February of last year, it brought a brand-new addition to Chiang Mai’s coworking scene. CAMP, an acronym for Creative and Meeting Place, is a large and modern environment with plenty to offer the digital nomad.
This was the first coworking space I visited in Thailand, and it’s kept me coming back again and again.
[Above image: the very real view from my hostel – and yes, it has a pool]
I arrived in Thailand with the goal of going full “vacation-mode” during my first week. After plenty of great food and incredible sightseeing, I was ready to get back in the groove. But Pai had other plans.