My Other Blog

I’m trying to work out how or even IF I can reblog a post from my other blog onto this one – so far I’ve come up with the old ‘copy and paste’. I’m sure I’ll work it out one day but until then you can catch it by clicking the link. The blog is…

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…

The Street Art Of Bangkok 2

Bangkok, a city that seems to hum constantly with life. The street food sellers, the tuk tuk drivers, the friendly faces are just three of the many things that make me love this city. But I also have a new love for this city and a new love for street art and this is becuase…

Five Best Things To Do In Bangkok!

Sometimes I like to write something really silly…this is one such time…I would like to apologise and I hope the images you are about to see do not leave you too traumatized. Being in Bangkok can sometimes be overwhelming, with so much to do it’s difficult to know what to choose. Should you visit one…

Bangkok Street Art

The Bangkok street art scene has taken me by surprise! One of the first posts I did for this blog was about my surprising and happy discovery of the amazing street art I saw in the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai. It took me by surprise because it wasn’t something I was aware of…

The Day I Almost Died

The day I almost died took place in Hau Hin 14 months ago before I  moved to Thailand, but I want to include it for two reasons, firstly because I want you to know I like to live dangerously and secondly, I can’t think of anything else to write today. If you are faint of…