Things To Do In Lockdown

As the reality of the lockdown and self-isolation begins to sink in, the need to keep our brains stimulated becomes ever more important. Apart from the clear danger of catching Covid-19, the underlying danger is for our mental states. It’s important to keep the mind active. So here is a quick blog full of things…

Thailand, Covid-19 and Me

Where To Start? Well, it’s taken a deadly pandemic to bring me back to this blog but back I am. Things in Thailand and Covid-19 aren’t as bad as the UK and most of Europe but, like many people, I feel the need to start documenting this surreal time. Previously on LiveandletThai So far in…

So, Anyway, Where Was I?

So, Anyway, Where Was I? So, anyway, where was I? Are you asking yourself that? I think I was writing a blog about my life in Thailand. Yes, that’s right, it’s all coming back to me now…I was writing regular posts about my life here in Bangkok. Look, see… https://pauldancewriter.com/my-thailand-blog/ And then something happened…something I…

Chao Phraya Boat Trip

Taking a boat trip along the Chao Phraya is a must. I could put up a few photographs of the shoreline and end this post now but I’m sorry to disappoint you, I won’t…I have to practice writing if I want to be a writer. Apparantly practice makes perfect which would explain how I became…

Wat Samphran Dragon Temple

I’ve visited some unusual temples in my time in Thailand but I don’t think I’ve seen any that rivals the uniqueness of Wat Samphran Dragon Temple. The Dragon Temple, as it’s more commmonly called derives its name for very obvious reasons – the huge dragon that is wrapped around the 17-story building. My First Encounter…

Wat Arun: Temple of Dawn

I’d been coming and living in Thailand for almost three years now and I still hadn’t visited Wat Arun, 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 morning…