Planning to have no plans when travelling



Deciding to have no plans in Thailand, was by far one of the best decision’s I’ve ever made. I was pushed so far out of my comfort zone and got to experience the most exhilarating adventures around the country. Thailand by far exceeded my expectations…

Two months into my round the world trip, I made it to Thailand where I would spend the next 3 weeks of my journey learning what it really meant to be a traveller and seeing where travelling life took me. Exhilarating adventures, coming up close and personal with elephants and living day by day making Thailand an exciting country to travel.

If you want to experience what it’s really like to have no responsibility, no set plans and learn to just go with the flow, then this episode is for you.

Planning to have no plans…




This travel episode is about …

  • Challenging myself to have the courage to not plan anything for Thailand

  • Wanting to see what the “big deal” was with Thailand

  • Only having the two nights accommodation booked on arrival in Thailand

  • Not doing any research of Thailand BEFORE leaving the UK

  • Overcoming the initial panic, anxiety and stress

  • Taking backpackers advice of ‘just go with it’

  • Discovering the Surin Elephant Project

  • Realising that once I made a decision and RELAXED everything just flowed and happened

  • Chaing Mai – the travellers paradise

  • Getting a massage by a Female Prisoner

  • Living day by day – all that’s needed is a bed for the night

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  1. Marion P June 17, 2019 at 6:11 pm

    Hey! What’s the name of the sanctuary? It sounds amazing ?

    1. Jo November 6, 2019 at 7:54 pm

      Hi Marion, thanks for your message! It’s called Surin Elephant Project. It was amazing an I highly recommend going there! Jo 😀


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