Rock Climbing in Thailand: Scaling the Limestone in Tonsai, Krabi By Eloise Horsfield My first challenge is to cross from dirt path to crag in flip flops without tumbling into the leafy precipice. And now, having admired a jaw-slacking view of beach, bay, and hunky men – because all men who rock climb are hunky […]
Bandit Camping to Paddleboard: Koh Tao, Surat Thailand. By Naomi Allard As the wind subsides, all is quiet except for the sound of the waves. Then, somewhere in the jungle above, a cicada sends out a high pitched note and moments later a symphony of critters erupts. This is my only means of telling time […]
But What About Your Buddha? By Hy Lyfe I had all sorts of erotic fantasies about life in Thailand ever since I first heard Murray Head’s one-hit wonder, “One Night in Bangkok.” So I was thrilled when my agent informed me that he got me a gig as a piano entertainer at the piano bar […]
Thailand Living Excerpt from What the Buddha Never Taught The Heat of the Day Dissipates By Tim Ward The heat of day dissipates in the late afternoon, allowing the tin roof of my kuti to cool. This is my favourite time of day. Robe washing finished, my wet sabongs dry on the line above my […]
Cooking Thai Food in Bangkok, Learning from Local chefs By Ronald Estrada Sometimes I get bored in Bangkok (imagine that!), and sometimes I even get hungry. Fortunately, I found one solution to these problems—learning how to cook Thai food. I followed the old saying that we have in the West: “When in Rome, do like […]
Kathleen Boradhurst visits the Panya Project in northern Thailand where she learns about permaculture, organic farming and sustainable living.
Discovering the Heart of Thailand By Jean Miller Spoljaric Thailand’s wide range of activities and attractions, and the fact that it was the only country in Southeast Asia to escape European colonization makes it a premier tourist destination. Located between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea, the country covers 198,000 sq. miles and […]