Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Considerate Burglar

At the most famous Farang House in Thung Song, in the dead of the night, three young girls slept soundly. The cow dog from across the street was being unusually quiet, as was Garry the gecko. A huge crash rattled … Continue reading

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Three blondes, two bikes and a Jungle Place

The kindness of strangers. This is something you come to rely on a lot in Thailand. Often it is your only chance of survival in this wonderfully random country, and you have to learn to trust that no situation is … Continue reading

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One day in Thung Song

We studied our new home with cautiousness: Sinead and myself, along with a crazy- sounding American girl we’d just met that day on our mini-bus. The front room was completely empty, save for an elderly Thai lady in a mask … Continue reading

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Top Tips on surviving Hat Yai

Hat Yai is to Thailand what Crewe is to England. An absolute shit hole! In line with our TEFL ‘heaven’ experience, we got to spend a month here…lucky us! Now if anybody ever finds themselves the misfortune of having to … Continue reading

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Monsoon Madness

As Sinead and I prepared to embark on our journey into the unknown, we discussed what we were letting ourselves in for. A beautiful crystal blue ocean, sparkling under the glimmer of the scorching sun above. Gorgeous clear beaches. Amazing … Continue reading

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