The Thai dog In Thailand one sees dogs everywhere; outside shops, homes, in the fields and even in the busiest street you will find a dog just casually lying down licking his nuts, oblivious the juggernaut of traffic heading down on him. They seem to own the spot.
Daily feasts. We had spent most of the first day when we landed buying cooking gear. Tables, chairs, gas cooker, the odd pot, wash-up bowls etc. What a wasted exercise, (blew a sum of our precious budget). With most of these adventures getting food is such a mission. Thailand, what
Sleeping? We were under the impression that finding a campsite was going to be no issue, but it’s a serious mission at the moment. Our lack of communication is the biggest issue. It seems whatever we try and explain comes out the wrong way and we are
Looking back over my shoulder, through the dust at the fading footprints that I have left across this planet – the rugged mountains that I have climbed crested with snow caps and clothed in spinney shale. Proud they stand in the morning light as the clouds
There is the saying, the stars are aligned or beginning to align – but not only the stars, then there is the numerical side as well. In the Asian countries numbers play a big part in people's lives; superstition, luck, back home here in SA as well,