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I write about the ups-and-downs of day-to-day living in Thailand.
I talk about some of the daily challenges and experiences of living in Asia. Issues of faith, motorbikes and encounters with snakes. You won't be bored, I assure you.
After a long career of teaching in Canada, Scotland and China (the last six years), my wife and I have recently retired to Chiangmai. This blog (previously chinacanuck.com) will continue to document our travels and experiences in Asia.
My best of Thailand's! This blog is my public journal of memories, culture shock, favorite travel sites, adventures, best cafes, embarrassing moments and human rights issue perspectives, written while based in the beautiful small city of Chiang Mai.
I'm a dog-obsessed nomad living from one dream to the next. This is the place I present my South East Asian world and its many trinkets. You can expect yummy food, extravagant temples, flea-ridden street dogs, interesting characters and, of course, too many adventures. Welcome to my Market of Eden.
Mom of 5, living in Thailand, working in community development and humanitarian work with thecharisproject.org Writes about it, and other stuff too.
A single woman's journey of rediscovery, traveling abroad with her two children.
Thailand Blog about Thai lifestyle, culture, travel, fashion, buddhism, thaifood, thaipop, nature....Lot of information and fun.
Travel blog & photos from the French Alps snow in winter, Provence in spring, Thailand late May to December. By a chronic expat with an occasionally very sardonic sense of humour... not the place to read about how 'perfect' everything is!
The best expat mom blogs: Tips for raising your child abroad
From having your baby abroad, to moving in a foreign country with one or more children, expat parents have loads to think and plan about — healthcare, schooling, leisure activities, accommodation. We understand that all this is overwhelming. So, we come to your rescue with a list of five blogs managed by expat mothers, who have travelled that road before.