All 3 Volumes of Thailand Diaries have now been released and are available for FREE download by clicking the book cover icons in the menu bar to your right as you read. Thailand is, in a word, irresistible. But be ready for the culture shock and to find out the things you need to know. […]
Brian McMahon purchased the first paper-back copy of Thailand in perspective – Volume 3 of my Thailand Diaries series available on Amazon. The Series of eBooks, just published by Pronoun, are all FREE so grab them while the generosity lasts by clicking here. Last week Brian came to Phuket on holiday from Liberia where he now works. He kindly […]
Over the past few months I have posted 10 excerpts of Volume 3 of Thailand Diaries – THAILAND IN PERSPECTIVE on ‘jamoroki.com’. If you have read any of the posts 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 THAILAND IN PERSPECTIVE […]
Click below to read Preah Vihear Temple, Cambodia – great news!.
The poverty trap When you see the abundance of natural produce that is readily available to the whole population of Thailand it is easy to forget, or ignore even, that many of the rural Thai people, were staring into the poverty trap less than 40 years ago. Those people now represent 70% of the Thai […]
Much has been written over many years about the temples of Angkor but I remember how surprised I was when I learnt how far the Khmer Empire reached and how powerful its rulers were. You don’t have to visit Cambodia to witness the legacy they left behind. When I went to North-East Thailand to live in 2009 […]
Thailand Diaries – Fruit festivals – Nui gave me a bunch of bananas. Was this a peace offering after the bitter bean experience? I think not. Just another random act of kindness. I found an interesting story by R. Cameron Cooper on the internet about The Thailand Fruit Festival to which I have added my own […]