Each Thai Journal contains some of the topics and themes listed below it. The files are in PDF format so you will need the Adobe Reader, or equivalent, to view them. Here's a link to the Adobe web site where you can download and install the reader.
This particular picture was taken at Phi-Phi (pronounced pee-pee) island a couple of years ago. Note just off to our right how the two bays almost touch at the isthmus. They are less than a football field apart. This island was heavily damaged during the tsunami in December of 2004.
I hope you will find these journals both informative and entertaining. They are listed in descending order on this page. Still older Thai Journals may be found by clicking on this link:
As an added distraction, I am providing a link to an incredible trip I took a few years back to one of my other favorite places, Colorado.
Rocky Mountain High
Thai Journal - Vol 24
- Loy Kratong - Simply the Best
- Thai History - At Long Last
- Sukhothai Period
- Ayuthaya Period
- Thonburi-Ratanakosin Period
- When the Student is Ready the Teacher Will Appear
- These Are a Few of My Favorite Things
- Catching Up
- Are You Ready to Rumble?
- Elvis Has Entered the Building
- Global Warming
- What's in a Name?
- Down and Out in LA
- Lights, Camera, Frustration
- The Vast Wasteland
- Lumpini Park Entertainment Scene
- Expat Phobia
- A Twekking We Will Go ....
- Pick Up that Box of Crayons
- No Laughing Matter
- You Never Outgrow Your Need for Grease
- Bungalow Serendipity
- History of Chiang Mai
- "Pandamonium" at the Chiang Mai Zoo
- It's Just Us Now
- TITS Radio
- Tsnunami Tribute
- What a Difference Six Months Makes
- Settling in
- Comedy Club Driving Comes to Chiang Mai
- In and Around Chiang Mai
- Hello, Whole Foods
- A Surreal Christmas