The serialisation of Volume 2 of Thailand Diaries – DRIVING THAILAND on ‘jamoroki.com’ is now complete following the posting of the final excerpt. If you have been reading the 9 posts over the past weeks I hope you have enjoyed them.
If you haven’t managed to read them or you have only read a few excerpts the good news is that DRIVING THAILAND published as a FREE e-book by ‘Smashwords’ is available NOW.
Witty, informative, sometimes ‘tongue-in-cheek’ and full of typically British humour, ‘Driving Thailand’ is an overview of Thailand’s different regions. Highly recommended for travellers, would be ex-pats and those who enjoy light reading. In this second volume of my Thailand Diaries I take you on a conducted tour of the South, Central, North-East and North of Thailand. Thailand is split into four distinct regions; North (bordering Myanmar and Laos), North-East (bordering Laos and Cambodia), Central and South (bordering Malaysia). Then you have the myriad islands in the Gulf of Thailand and off the West coast in the Andaman Sea. I have tried my best to highlight the differences in the history, environment, dialect, attitude and culture in the regions I have lived in or visited. North, North-East, Central, Koh Samet and the South Western island of Phuket. In order to get the best aspects and feel for Thailand you must drive and walk. Unless you are in a hurry, avoid flying as you won’t learn anything cramped up in a plane for two hours. Drive the long distances and walk round the villages and towns but make sure you don’t overdo it in the heat and keep well hydrated. I have driven pretty well through every Region, North to South and East to West; from the borders of Cambodia to Laos and Myanmar but have not yet been to the deep South. There is still a lot to see and maybe more writing to do in the future.
Buckle up and join me on my road trip through Thailand and I will give you a glimpse of my beautiful adopted home with my candid opinions of the places I have visited and lived in.
During 2015 this will be followed up with the publication of the last Volume 3 of Thailand Diaries – THAILAND IN PERSPECTIVE.
All three Volumes will be published as e-books and excerpts will be posted on ‘jamoroki.com’ prior to publication.
Volume 1 – 15 Weeks (FREE) DOWNLOAD NOW
Volume 2 – DRIVING THAILAND (FREE) DOWNLOAD NOW