The King’s Crematorium

  Thailand’s late king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, was loved by every Thai in the country, it seemed. I was told on multiple occasions that everyone felt like the King was their father or was a part of their family. King Bhumibol lived an incredibly interesting life and ruled Thailand for seven decades. To honor his legacy, Thailand mourned … More The King’s Crematorium

Stall Food Fiascoes

This blog is a testament to how much I enjoy staying in Thailand and how much I love trying new foods. On my blog, you’ll rarely see food that I complain about. I might have one or two critiques, but I enjoyed it all in one way or another. However, it feels dishonest. I’m human. … More Stall Food Fiascoes

Culture Shock for Lunch

Melanie and I have been in Thailand for a while now and we’ve experienced some cultural differences that were surprising. During our TESOL course, we briefly had an instructor on Thai etiquette and cultural differences between Western countries and Thailand. We learned that Thais are very forward about talking about their (and others’) bodies. If … More Culture Shock for Lunch