Bangkok Shutdown: Citizens Protesting Government Corruption

As of January 13th of this month, the city of Bangkok, Thailand has been shutdown in a political protest against widespread government corruption. 

Photography: Lunchtime Prayer in Bangkok

A businessman takes a pause at lunch break to pray in Wat Suthat, Bangkok, Thailand. Construction on the temple started in 1807 but wasn’t fully completed until 1847.

The Great Annual Water Fight: Photos From Songkran 2013

Every year in April, all of Thailand becomes a battlezone as virtually every resident grabs a water gun, bucket, or handful of talcum powder (or a combination of the three). The Songkran festival is their way of celebrating their New Year. Here are photos from this years celebrations! This one’s on my bucket list for […]

Wat Pho and the Thai Massage Connection

One of Bangkok’s most visited attractions is Wat Pho temple, and for a good number of reasons. Home to a massive golden statue of Buddha reclining, it’s definitely something you need to see when you’re in the city.

Escape to Ko Samet, Part One: Stay the F*ck Out of Pattaya

Phuket, Ko Samui, and Koh Chang are popular islands to get away to when your in Thailand. But on a whim I decided to take a road slightly less travelled, and I was glad that I did. But getting there wasn’t easy.

A Nation Known as Taeguk

There is a common desire among expats in Korea that starts to bubble to the surface after living here for a few months. After settling into the ragged groove of English teaching, which is never without its bumps, the urge to take advantage of the primely located Korean peninsula begins to take hold. After not […]