Tag Archive: Thailand

And now for some good news

Walk. Sew. Good. news, that is. Amid all the global doom and gloom (you know who what I’m talking about) and personal trials and tribulations (the latest of which was being made redundant)… Continue reading

Transit Tuesday

So I’m currently waiting at the airport in Seoul, having just left Tokyo to fly back to Vientiane. I thought I’d have time to catch up on lots of posts as I had about… Continue reading

Wellness Wednesday: cats for company

Travelling solo normally doesn’t bother me – which is lucky, because if it did, I’d never have gone anywhere. It would sometimes be nice to have someone along for the ride, but usually I… Continue reading

Untypical Thailand

Melbourne winters are cold. I don’t like the cold. Most of my work is freelance. Adding all those factors together, I built myself a strong case for spending a few months away from… Continue reading

Unearthing opshop gold (thanks to Aunt Peaches)

As you’re most likely aware by now, I need very little encouragement to go shopping at an opshop*, even though theoretically I’m trying to declutter and live a bit more minimally (ha!). But when… Continue reading

What a maharani wears on her day off

It’s a good question, don’t you think? What DO exotic royal ladies wear and what do they get up to when they’re not ruling kingdoms? In the nation over which I rule (that… Continue reading