…And The Award Goes To…Me!

The Liebster Award I am flattered to say that someone lovely and clearly with great taste has decided to award me an a blogging award. The Liebster Award is an award that exists only on the internet and is given to bloggers by other bloggers. The earliest case of the award goes as far back…

The Travel Architect and Rivergirl.

I recently posted a blog for the first time in two months having let things slip on here due to other commitments – you can read my dazzling come back post here – https://pauldancewriter.com/2019/09/30/so-anyway-where-was-i/ It’s not that I don’t have things to say but I do tend to have difficulty in planning my time effectively….

26 Seconds Of A Trip Along A Bangkok Canal.

Kubrick, Spielberg, Scorsese and Fellini, four of the greatest directors of all time…well, get ready to add a new name to that list. The surname ‘Dance’ may not be familiar to movie goers just yet but all that is about to change because ‘Dance’ is my surname and I’ve made a short film. The short…

I’m Back…I’m Sorry…Anyone Here?

Hello… Yes I haven’t written anything on here for a while but it’s not because I don’t love you! It’s because I was in the UK for 6 weeks and I was sick for about 3 of them – yes, my good old immune system really stood the test of going back to my cold…

A Miracle in Thailand

During these unsettled times, with so many seemingly bad things happening on a daily basis and with my laundry bill going through the roof because to the amount of clothes I am going through due to the constant sweating, it is comforting to know that miracles do happen…

5 Ways To Deal With Jet-lag

Jet-lag, the bane of every travellers life, I should know because I have done it. I’ve done it a lot. I’ve travelled more times than Richard Branson’s made a complete knob of himself and that’s A LOT! (Sorry to any Branson fans reading this…but he is). Many people have tried to find ways to cure…

A Thai Wedding And Brush With The Local Mafia!

A Thai Wedding and a brush with the local mafia… Those of you that read about my overnight train journey (A Train Journey And An Accordion Playing Baboon) will know that the whole reason for that sleepless night was to go a traditional Thai wedding further north from Bangkok in a place called Rattanaburi in…

A Train Journey And An Accordion Playing Baboon

I went on a train recently – five words that don’t exactly fizz off the screen at the start of a blog and make you gag yourself with excitement of what is to follow, but this was a train in Thailand…an overnight, ‘sleeper’ train in Thailand no less. I’ve travelled outside of Bangkok a few…