Back to Business


For those of you who dont follow my every move across the various social spaces I inhabit across the Internet, you will be pleased to hear that I have returned to the Korea.

Also, tomorrow is a Monday, and the first one of March so that means I must untriumphantly tramp into work tomorrow after the long winter holidays. You will hear few complaints from me however. I had a very fruitful time in Thailand with Herself and +1. I have a few Thailand related posts on the way, so if that interests you please do remember to come back for a visit.

I’ve been toying with the idea of doing a photo a day type post here, either taken with my phone, through instagram, with my DSLR, or from someone else if I think it’s worth it. We’ll see how this goes – I could give up after a week…which is what I thought was going to happen to this blog.

I welcome suggestions for how to title this photo a day thingy/notion. Please pop any suggestions in the comments below.

Here’s photo #1

Dolphie from Dolphins Barn

iPhone 4
2/3/14

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“A New Home” Day 1


For those of you not in the know, myself, Herself, and of course +1, have shipped out to Thailand for the next two months to get away from the crap cold (and yes I know that crap is often warm to tepid at point of exit but let’s not get into that now) Korean winter. We’re averaging a little over 25 centigrade during the day, with cool enough to wear a jumper evenings. Happy daze.

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Christmas Eve morning, Chiang Mai.

We’ve set up shop in Chiang Mai, the most major city in the north of the country, and over the next couple of months we’ll be working on our waist lines, sun tans, and what ever else we find worth improving while here. Expect the odd update and report on life in the North of Thailand, the occasional photograph, and, uugh, whatever else I find a spare minute to digress on.

We’re all excited about the next couple of months, especially seeing as it is something myself and Herself have been talking about since before we were married. In some respects you could call this a (and I am very wary of terming anything this way, and not because I’m a died in the wool cynic) dream come true.

Obviously having +1 with us will complicate things a little, but we shall persevere through the obvious teething problems.

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Poolside Christmas decorations, Chiang Mai

Happy Christmas Eve humble readers!