My annual Christmas pilgrimage to Thailand got off to a great start once again. For many years now Etihad Airways have upgraded me to Business Class for the Heathrow […]
They say a dog is often the mirror of its owner. Yeah, I can agree with that. That’s me pictured on the right. I’m starting to think cameras are the […]
Thailand’s New Year Songkran Festival is celebrated each year from April 13-15 and today the three-day festival draws to a close in most parts of the country. Unfortunately for myself I will not be in Thailand until early next month and therefore I have once again missed the Land of Smiles amazing New Year water celebrations.
In my December story On the Road to Loei and Phu Rua I promised to write about Phu Rua’s Annual Flower Festival and so I’ll start this post by explaining […]
Thailand really is a land of surprises. It is a country full of warm, friendly smiling people and a land where the culture, scenery and relaxed way of life has a […]
The online Bangkok Post recently ran an article about a Bangkok taxi driver who found 200,000 baht (£3,700) in the back of his cab and after recruiting help from a […]
Sanskritis one of the 22 spoken Indian languages and dates back hundreds of years and is recognized as the classical Indian dialect. Mela is a Sanskrit word used to describe […]
When Thailand’s rainy season ends the country’s huge mass of rural land is primed ready for the next harvest and the Thai nation gets ready to embrace their annual Loy […]