Monthly Archives: December 2011

Bring on Song Ha Ha Ha— What’s Sure to Be a Very Funny Year!

After much debate and rearranging of plans, it was finally decided last week that Wayne, our friend Eugene, and I would be spending our New Year weekend on Koh Lanta. We leave this afternoon after school (you may recall it’s … Continue reading

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Christmas in Thailand

I guess it’s only three days but I’m feeling quite behind the times here… The internet at my school (read: the only internet to which I have consistent access) has been a word that I don’t feel comfortable saying in … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Ramblings

I long ago let loose any illusions of truth in Thai seasons, rainy or otherwise. I speak with my own observations as evidence, and there is certainly no human consensus to suggest that the weather is bound to anything except … Continue reading

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Ricotta/Tomato/Mushroom/Basil and Roasted Eggplant/Olive/Pesto Pizzas

If anyone needed proof that I’m the worst half-hearted sometimes-kind-of-food-blogger (that came out “blooger”? And then “blooder” when I tried to write it just now in quotations?) to roam the blogosphere I think you’re about to get it. Not only … Continue reading

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It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Little Like Christmas

Let’s just say I’ve had “Mele Kalikimaka” in my head a lot recently. Not so much the “Mele Kalikimaka” bits, but definitely the “Christmas will be green and bright; the sun will shine by day and all the stars at … Continue reading

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Three-Day Weekend on Koh Mook

Yes, you read that correctly: we had yet another extended weekend. A big perk of working in Thailand (other than, you know, being in Thailand) is that there are literally dozens of public holidays. In all honesty I don’t even know what this … Continue reading

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Wan Po (Father’s Day)

“But wait– It’s not June!” “You always make references about Thais doing Christmas lessons and displaying Christmas paraphernalia in July… is this a similar occurrence?” “Wait wait wait… I know this one… Ohhhh Thailand. Right?!” These are all things you … Continue reading

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