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Day 206: Waiting
While my plane wasn’t scheduled to fly until late evening, I was too fidgety to stay at the hostel or […]
Day 205: Pessimism
It is a bloody good job that I am a pessimist. I swear it improves my resilience. What has gone […]
Days 203 and 204: The end?
There was no post yesterday as I was late back to the hostel. This is going to be focused on […]
Day 202: Hmmm… now what?
Some days I have a plan and some days I go with the flow, and today’s blog is a little […]
Day 201: Bangkok by bus – you’re not getting on without a mask
At some point over the last 24 hours, Thailand upped its game on coronavirus. The bars in the street around […]
Day 200: Erawan Waterfalls and more coronavirus observations
The staff at the hostel where I am staying are great. They ask me what I plan to do each […]
Day 199: Vegetarian cooking with On
This morning I went for a cookery class with On, who has a vegetarian/vegan restaurant down the road from my […]
Day 198: The Hellfire Pass and the Death Railway
There are three trains a day from Kanchanaburi to Nam Tok which is the closest station to the Hellfire Pass. […]
Day 197: Not the Bridge Over the River Kwai
The purpose of my trip to Kanchanaburi was for a spot of history geekery. Tomorrow is going to be the […]
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