Monthly Archives: March 2006

The Great Brahma Statue…

…in  Krungthep Maha Nakorn ( or Bangkok) was smashed to pieces a few days ago. The Phra Phrom or The Brahma God is revered by all Thai Buddhists and for many people has been a central place of worship. The … Continue reading

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About my Son9

10 years ago I was pregnant with my son. I did the usual pregnancy tests. One test was to see if I had Rubella. My blood results came back and it showed that I had Rubella. My doctor explained that … Continue reading

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Laos

Laos or Lao Peoples Democratic Republic is one of the most isolated countries in South East Asia. Its north-east of Thailand. Laos is a communist state and has been independent from French Colony since 19. July 1949. Apparently its a … Continue reading

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Weekend in Chiang Mai

I just love living in an international community. On Friday night we went to ‘The Pub’ with our Irish friends. Everyone who wanted to, took their instrument along and together we made music. It was fun and we are going … Continue reading

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Thai politics..

I usually read the Bangkok Post but I find it so hard to understand whats going on in the Thai government. Something I’d put under weird news is, that the oppostion party recommended people to drive with their lights on. … Continue reading

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