“Never in the way,
never out of the way.”

– King Charles II

Phun Phin: A Detour

One of the best things about not making definitive plans is that you are free to make it up as you along.  When I arrived at the Surat Thani train station around 5 pm, I had to do just that. … Continue Reading →

A Walk Along the Death Railway

There’s no point in travelling if you aren’t going to let your whims get the best of you occasionally.  Or, in my case, most of the time. By mistake, I overshot the turn I was supposed to take back to… Continue Reading →

A Reminder of Why I’m a City Person: A Memory

An old update from 2008 I found: So last night around 7:30, I was driving through southern Mississippi, and had been driving for about 9 hours, so I decided to pull off for some food. Instead of just going for… Continue Reading →

Nang Rong: A Detour

“. . . With a firm and ample base; And ascending and secure. Shall tomorrow find its place.” – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Angkor ruins dot the entire area surrounding the Cambodia border, but there was one in particular that I… Continue Reading →

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