If you're looking for a cheap hotel near Suvarnabhumi Airport, check out the Silver Gold Garden. It's next to a small market, a barbecue buffet, and a 7-11.
This site is where I share coconut rum philosophy & travel stories from my hideaway in Southeast Asia. Here’s what I’ve gotten myself into lately…
Get off the damn bar stool and do something productive. Here's my one-hour Muay Thai workout plan for expats in Thailand.
Elvis is alive and well. He's performing at the Jomtien Boathouse Restaurant in Jomtien Beach, Thailand, on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday nights.
Here's a rambling video and post about getting robbed by the U.S. State Department. The fees for their services are out of control.
I went to a barber shop while visiting a little coastal town in Northern Samar. Fighting roosters kept a close eye on the barber's work.
Balut is a nearly-hatched duck egg that's served like a hard-boiled chicken egg. It's not for the faint of heart. The taste ain't too bad, though.
Money can't buy happiness. Fresh coconuts, a few friends, a bottle of cheap whiskey, and one big fish are the secret ingredients for happiness.
Make sure you visit Sriracha Tiger Zoo in Sriracha, Thailand. You can bottle feed baby tigers and have your picture taken with a full-grown tiger. It's worth the trip.
The Little Miami Beach Resort in Anda, Bohol, Philippines, is a quiet, relaxing oasis. If you love beachfront cottages, this is the best place to stay.
Here are a few random thoughts about Thailand. It's one country that you definitely want to visit before you die.