Latex Learnings and My New Tattoo

Walking doesn’t seem to be a regular activity for people in Thailand, everyone moves around on motorbikes and scooters, or large 4WDs if you’re cashed up. Even push bikes are few and far between. I’ve been doing lots of great walks on Koh Lanta, and on the way I’ve discovered hidden jungle paths, monkey families... Continue Reading →

The Dance of the Mutated Butterfly

The bungalow I'm staying in is just outside of Khao Sok, hidden away in the shadow of a strikingly white and silver cliff. Hence, Silver Cliff Resort. The owner Karen, who is from Scotland originally, is a wonderful human and makes the stay feel like home, except we are in the jungle, and there's monkeys.... Continue Reading →

A Sok in a Cave

Caving has never been on my bucket list, in fact, I don't have a bucket list, I tend to just roll along like a Double Gloucester wheel of cheese at the annual Coopers Hill Cheese Rolling Race. That's a great way to describe finding love actually, now I put some thought into it. You get... Continue Reading →

Thor and the White Elephant

Four nights into my visit to Thailand my dreams are a messy muddle. I'm in predominately Buddhist Thailand visiting temples and monks and I'm half way through the first season of Vikings where the Norse Gods Thor and Loki are making it hard for the Vikings to cross the seas to pillage another English Monastery.... Continue Reading →

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