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A personal account of one family's journey and adventure while living in Thailand. read more [Hits: 27 - Added: 14-01-14]http://8movesandcounting.blogspo...
A view from the Thai-Burma border and a look into the situation of displaced persons. read more [Hits: 18 - Added: 13-08-11]http://glance.blogspot.com
Reports from an American that has made his home in Chiang Mai, Thailand, who is semi-retired and involved in local small businesses. read more [Hits: 32 - Added: 04-01-13]http://americanexpatchiangmai.co...
Backpacking Scuba Diver is a blog about scuba and scuba travel written from my perspective. It focuses on what I learn and find interesting as I... read more [Hits: 6 - Added: 10-01-14]http://www.backpackingscubadiver...
I am a British expat, exploring, eating and drinking my way around the Bangkok and other parts of Thailand and SE Asia when the chance arises. read more [Hits: 113 - Added: 19-11-12]http://www.bangkokgirlblog.com
After over a decade in the shallow money trench that is the TV industry I was keen to try something new, so I readily agreed to accompany my new wife... read more [Hits: 14 - Added: 23-08-13]http://bangkokhousehusband.blogs...
Cool places and weird things in Bangkok (and beyond) read more [Hits: 35 - Added: 22-04-13]http://bangkooky.tumblr.com
We're Dan and Ashley: Newlyweds who left life in New York City for a 2-year stint in Bangkok, Thailand. Having never been to Asia, let alone Bangkok,... read more [Hits: 66 - Added: 22-05-14]http://www.brooklyn2bangkok.com
The Curly Wanderer is a single woman corporate expat currently based in Bangkok. She blogs about life outside of the US, travel and culture around... read more [Hits: 3 - Added: 07-05-17]http://www.curlywanderer.com
d travels 'round is an award-winning travel blog from writer Diana Edelman. Readers are taken through colorful stories of solo travels and life as an... read more [Hits: 11 - Added: 27-02-14]http://www.dtravelsround.com
Let's take the river taxi...DescriptionChaophraya express operates boat rides along the Chaophraya river, heart of Bangkok. Check our service schedule instantly on your iPhone! And discover riverside ... read more
Posted on 19 August 2017 | 5:10 am
tim in phuket
There are lots of great views around the Phuket area (see Hills and Viewpoints for more). We have a mix of hills and ocean here (the name "Phuket" comes from the Malay word Bukit which means Hill), an... read more
Posted on 19 August 2017 | 1:44 am
Jamie's Phuket Blog
Re: EEA family permit/working questions
as I previously mentioned, as an EU/EEA citizen, your wife does not have to 'register' in the UK at all. Her passport, or her ID(if her coun... read more
Posted on 17 August 2017 | 4:06 pm
Easy Expat - Digest
I had quite a long list of products to either restock or that I have added to my wishlist to try and pick up whilst I was back in the UK last month. Needless to say I came back with quite a stash! I h... read more
Posted on 14 August 2017 | 6:14 am
Travels of a Beauty Addict
Is empty nest syndrome a real psychological condition to be reckoned with or just a natural process of life? Is Expat Empty Nest Syndrome a delight or torture for all of us? With August here, many exp... read more
Posted on 12 August 2017 | 11:05 am
Greater discontent Richard never felt, Than the bleakness I feel now. The taught white face of winter longs to melt, In the gentle arms of spring. Long days of summer never cease, And refuse the hour ... read more
Posted on 12 August 2017 | 3:30 am
One could argue there is no city in the world with more to offer than Sydney. That’s not to say there are more sights or attractions in the New South Wales capital than you can find anywher... read more
Posted on 9 August 2017 | 1:45 am
TWENTY FIRST CENTURY NOMAD
Over the years, we’ve gotten better at marking our calendars with the local Thai holidays. One of the more colorful celebrations that come to mind (and one that we happened to accidentally walk ... read more
Posted on 4 August 2017 | 6:35 am
Tieland to Thailand
Packing for Cuba is very different from packing to most places in the world. This is because in Cuba many items that we take for granted are hard to find there. Items such as shampoo, tampons, toothpa... read more
Posted on 3 August 2017 | 5:06 pm
MikeE's Travels – The Adventures of a Kiwi in the USA
China: XinjiangAksu to Kashgar
July 1, 2017
Highway 314, a modern road, runs 286 mi (460 km) southwest from the city of Aksu to the city of Kashgar. It takes almost five hours by ... read more
Posted on 30 June 2017 | 5:00 pm
Travel With Jan
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