Bangkok is not your average city. Boasting the longest name of any other capital in the world, holding the record for one of the world’s hottest capital cities (on average), and the birthplace of Red Bull, Bangkok is one of the most vibrant, colorful, larger than life metropolitan cities in the world. Known internationally as … Continue reading Bangkok Through the 5 Senses
10 Ways to Get Around Bangkok
Getting around Bangkok can sometimes be extremely frustrating, as you can often find yourself slowly inching forward in what seems like a never ending traffic jam. However, there are several ways you can travel around the wonderful city, sometimes without having to see a single car. Getting around Bangkok can sometimes be extremely frustrating, as … Continue reading 10 Ways to Get Around Bangkok
#TRAVEL – Thailand: Koh Samet – A Convenient Paradise
Koh Samet is the perfect beach getaway for expats living in central Thailand, or for those staying in Bangkok a few days and seeking to escape the concrete chaos.
Don’t teach in Thailand if…
Have you ever thought about teaching English in Thailand? There a million reasons why you should. Here are 5 why you shouldn't!
#TRAVEL: Thailand – The Charm of Chiang Mai!
Thailand - The Charm of Chiang Mai
Teaching in Thailand: Part 3 – Reflection, one year on.
April 2014. "I've been in Thailand a year. WOW, that went quick." An overwhelming sense of accomplishment is gladly welcomed after you finish something after a long period of time. If you enjoyed that something, it's combined with a great sense of sadness too. I'm not going to continue this with the monsoon of clichés … Continue reading Teaching in Thailand: Part 3 – Reflection, one year on.
Teaching In Thailand: Part 1 – The Arrival
In May 2013, I left my cold and monotonous lifestyle in the Welsh valleys and embarked on a career as an ESL teacher. Here is how it all began.... 26/05/2013 Uncomfortably positioned between an attractive young Indian woman, and a very fidgety old one, on a flight from Heathrow, it hit me like a ton … Continue reading Teaching In Thailand: Part 1 – The Arrival