A Superb Breakfast In Chiang Mai

Welcome to the world of both classic Thai and western dishes from Sailomjoy. A great place to eat when in Chiang Mai. Continue reading A Superb Breakfast In Chiang Mai

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Escape For Creativity And Free Me From Distraction

So, when at home, can you create? Well, of course you can, but I find you need to pull out all of the stops in order to do it. I built an office / study off of my house and to the back of the house, just so I never hear the front door bell ring. Not only that, but nobody can ever see my study or know where I am. Continue reading Escape For Creativity And Free Me From Distraction

Thailand Itinerary: Bangkok,Hua Hin, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya, Lamphun and Chiang Mai

If you have a bit of time to spend in Thailand and you want to combine your stay with history, the beach, wellness and rejuvenation, beautiful national parks and city life, then the places on this itinerary are well worth a visit.

Take a look at the individual posts for the individual places on this itinerary for jam-packed information. Continue reading Thailand Itinerary: Bangkok,Hua Hin, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya, Lamphun and Chiang Mai

The Power Of A Smile In The Land Of Smiles

So one of the ways to change somebody’s state in an instant is to give them a smile. They will find it very difficult not to smile back. On the flip side, if you are wondering around with a face like a bull dog chewing on a wasp and somebody smiles at you. I dare you not to smile back .Just remember that “You’re Never Fully Dressed without a Smile” From the musical, Annie. Continue reading The Power Of A Smile In The Land Of Smiles

Bangkok Noir Edited By Christopher G. Moore: A Walk On The Darker Side of Bangkok

Not only is Bangkok Noir short stories, but you have 12 different internationally known Thai and Western authors who each pen a story. Some of the authors I knew of and some I did not. The authors I did know produced the usual quality that they are renowned for. As for the authors I did not know, it left me wondering just what else I had missed as they were all excellent. The thing I loved the most about the book was the different writing styles of the authors. Continue reading Bangkok Noir Edited By Christopher G. Moore: A Walk On The Darker Side of Bangkok

Two Weeks In Thailand: Visiting Bangkok, Hua Hin And Chiang Mai

I have been getting a few requests recently requiring advice on where to go and what to do in Thailand for an approximate 2 week period. The requests are not from people who want to sit on the beach all day, but from those that would like to get a fair grounding of the country in the time provided. The requests have expressed that the quieter sea-side town of Hua Hin and the culture of the north sound just the ticket. Combining these places with of course the bustling capital city of Bangkok gives a nice little trip in my opinion. Continue reading Two Weeks In Thailand: Visiting Bangkok, Hua Hin And Chiang Mai

Thailand: A 17 Day Food And Spa Holiday Itinerary From Bangkok To Chiang Mai

Do you love Thai food and like the sound of being pampered in amazing Thai spas? Here is how you could spend a 17 day Thai Spa and Thai Food trip to Chiang Mai including travelling overland to get to Chiang Mai. Continue reading Thailand: A 17 Day Food And Spa Holiday Itinerary From Bangkok To Chiang Mai