Homemade Thai Ya Dong My earliest memory of Ya Dong (also spelled yadong, and yaa dong) dates back to my first visit to Pattaya. A bar crawl around Pattaya was coming to an end on Soi 7. Now, I honestly can’t remember if it was ya dong or not, but the idea was to finish […]
It’s not street dancing as we know it, it’s not dancing in the street as we know it. This is more of a procession, a dancing procession, on the way to the neighborhood temple in Buriram, Northeast Thailand. Among the procession are members of my wife’s family, extended family and friends, and their heading to […]
Do you believe in ghosts ?. If you are Thai I’m certain you will answer yes, I believe in ghosts. If you are a westerner I guess you will most likely dismiss ghosts and belief in the spirit world as pure twaddle. As a westerner living in Thailand you will also be aware that Thai […]
This is a trip report. I am not going to include details of visa requirements, visa types, or how many days you will be permitted to stay in Thailand. Visa rules and regulations change frequently in Thailand, I will only include details of my own visa situation. For up to date information regarding your own […]
My boys on Koh Chang. One’s having fun, at the others expense. The text says it all.