- Feeding the fish on a 4-year-old’s birthday
- A year later – Back to Black
- The Hua Hin Food Festival
- Two nights of authentic Thai food
- Fighting elephant cruelty
- Survey: What do expats worry about?
- Inside the cruel world of elephant tourism
- USA and Thailand – Same-Same
- Thailand – what is there to rant about?
- Cabin fever – time for a walk
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Getting a visa that would allow me to stay in Indonesia for a long period of time was a priority when I returned to Batam. The alternative is a 30-day visa on arrival that you have to renew, surprisingly, every … Continue reading
It is easy to get confused as you walk around the streets of Nagoya. The storefronts all look the same – every block seems to have several small restaurants (warungs), at least two small stores selling sundries, sodas, and other … Continue reading