Wednesday, February 23, 2011

100th Post Contest: Win $35 to spend at CSN Stores!

This week, to celebrate Intoxicated Abroad's 100th post, I have partnered with CSN stores to provide an opportunity to win a $35 gift code to any one of their 200+ online stores such as or The sell everything from the stylish Eames lounge chair to backpacks, travel, and bar accessories.

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Monday, February 21, 2011

2011 World's Biggest Party Events Calendar

The best party and nightlife events Worldwide in 2011, mark these dates on your itinerary.
Plan your travels and trips around the biggest and best parties in the World.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Yaa Dong: Thai Street Medication

Travellers to Thailand may come across a special kind of street vendor that doesn't sell any food.  Their carts are instead topped with large clear vats containing anonymous liquids of varying transparency. "Energy, male virility, strength;" signs in Thai (and English in touristy areas) boast the many therapeutic benefits gained by drinking a small shot of 'potion'. This potion is known as Yaa Dong and brave tourists who take a seat at one of the cart-side stools will quickly note that the most-certain outcome of drinking several doses is a fiery throat-burn proceeded by drunkenness.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Bar-Golf: The Sport of Champions

This past weekend a friend of mine introduced me to the wonderful game of Bar-Golf.  I've never particularly enjoyed golf, in part because I have never been any good at it.  As it turns-out, I am practically the Tiger Woods of bar-golf (minus the whores).
Finished up 25 under par.

Friday, February 11, 2011

International Beer: Switzerland's famous Feldsclösschen

Most people outside of Europe would struggle to name a beer produced in Switzerland; Overshadowed by it's Bavarian neighbors, and almost non-existent outside of Europe, I assure you, a Swiss beer industry does in fact exist.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Favourite Travel Photos: Piggy Banks in Phuket

A sprawling outdoor pottery shop in Phuket Town, Thailand sells everything from piggy-banks to planters to plates. 

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Thai Whiskey: Mekhong v. Sang Som

The primary ingredient in most thai-buckets, Thai Whiskey, is a liquor that is popular with both Thais and travellers alike.  Tourists in Thailand are likely to owe a few hangovers to the brown liquor commonly purchased from a 7-11. Despite being known in Thailand as “Thai Whiskey”, it is actually a spiced rum. That is, the primary ingredient is molasses, whereas whiskey is a product of distilling alcohol made from grains.  The two brands that backpackers will most often find at the bottom of their bucket are Mekhong and Sangsom.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Celebrating the Year of the Rabbit Outside of Mainland China

The Chinese Lunar New Year is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. in China it is known as "Spring Festival," the literal translation of the Chinese name 春节.  Most cities outside of China with a significant Chinese population have a celebration of some sort.  Chinese New Years parades and festivals can be a fun and entertaining for both locals and travellers.
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