Wat Arun The Temple of Dawn

I’ve been living in Thailand for almost three years now, and I still hadn’t visited Wat Arun. Wat Arun is otherwise known as Temple of Dawn, one of the oldest and most recognisable temples in Thailand. All that changed yesterday, and, well…it was ok. Wat Is Going On? I’d had a bad Friday and Saturday…

The Most Unusual Temple In Bangkok

The Most Unusual Temple In Bangkok Turtle Mountain is probably not somewhere you have heard of, even if you have been to Bangkok. You may not have heard of it even if you have lived in Bangkok, but I recently discovered Turtle Mountain and I want the whole world to know about it. It is,…

The Top 5 Must See Temples In Bangkok

Is it possible to pick the top 5 must-see temples in Bangkok when there are 400 dotted all over the city? Possibly not. But with so many to choose from it can be hard to know where to begin. But here is a brief guide to help get you started. The Temple of the Emerald…

The Amazon FBA Meet Up Group…

Meeting new people…I’m pretty good at it…I think. Nobody has run away upon meeting me yet so I must be doing something right…right? But I’m not too good at meeting strangers, especially big groups of strangers…so of course I decided to go to a ‘Meet Up’ group. If you’re not aware of the website MeetUp…

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…

Bangkok Street Art: 4

I’m struggling to get back into the writing of this blog… That’s not to say I’m giving up, so you can wipe away those tears and put the gun down. Writing is a habit, like cutting your toe nails…sometimes you cut them all the time but sometimes you just can’t be arsed and you let…

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…