Silom Cooking School

Silom Cooking School, Bangkok It's not great secret that I love spicy food ! Thai food hits the spot perfectly, spicy, fragrant and packed full of flavour. Packed full of fresh ingredients it's a popular treat here in Dubai and when I'm travelling in Thailand I try and sample lots…

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Thailand | Chanthaburi Tales Part 2
Food Market Chanthaburi

Thailand | Chanthaburi Tales Part 2

Next morning, after a surprisingly good nights sleep, we took a walk to the market which is over 100 years old and enjoyed breakfast whilst touring the streets again, some amazing hot, fresh spring rolls with crunchy crushed peanuts and a sweet chilli sauce plus bits and pieces from the…

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Thailand | Chanthaburi Tales Part 1
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Thailand | Chanthaburi Tales Part 1

After rather reluctantly leaving our beautiful Chansumut homestay in the Prasae Community (you can read about it here), we left Rayong and drove to the next Province, Chanthaburi which is famous for it's "magnificent waterfalls, fruit, peppercorns, gems, the Chanthaboon mat, nature and King Taksin the Great's liberation army".  Chanthaburi…

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Thailand | A Thai Love Affair

I first fell in love with Thailand about twenty years ago (yes I am OLD !) when I took my second ever ‘solo’ trip to, unchartered territories for me.  Solo in the sense that I left the UK on my own and returned on my own, but actually I joined…

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Thailand | TBEX Asia 2015
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Thailand | TBEX Asia 2015

I recently attended TBEXAsia2015 which was hosted in Bangkok. For those not in the know, TBEX is the world's largest gathering of travel bloggers, writers, media content creators and social medial travel industry professionals, all under one roof for a couple of days.  Offering everyone the chance to meet up,…

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Thailand | 4 Hours in Bangkok

What do you do on the last day of your holiday when you have a late afternoon flight?  Usually I laze around the hotel, enjoy the spa or pool, pack leisurely and generally waste time until it's time to leave for the airport, all enjoyable but not really exciting !…

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Day 4 Hong Island – The Perfect Day
Hong island - Thailand

Day 4 Hong Island – The Perfect Day

I awake from a deep, deep sleep cocooned and somewhat swaddled in fresh crisp white sheets on yet another comfortable hotel bed.  I'm vaguely aware of the sound of birds chirping outside my room and the sun is just beginning to peek through a chink in my curtains heralding the…

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Thailand | Krabi Kayaking & Spa
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Thailand | Krabi Kayaking & Spa

I awake after another perfect night of deep sleep, the kind of sleep where you don't think you've moved all night and you can't remember waking up once. Maybe it was the comfortable bed that continued to hug me to sleep at Islanda Eco Resort, or maybe it was because…

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Thailand | Koh Klang

I awake slowly to the sound of waves lapping on the shore and birds cheeping faintly in the background.  The bed which lulled me into a deep sleep last night is still hugging me tight.  I lie back against the cool white pillows and stretch slowly whilst soaking up the…

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Thailand | Hong Island

It’s 3.30 pm and I’m relaxing by the side of the pool overlooking the Andaman sea and some lush tropical gardens. I’ve got an Ice cold beer in my hand which is quenching my thirst, the waiter has happily agreed to bring me a further cold one in thirty minutes…

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