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Restaurant review: Gaijin - re-visit


“Gaijin” is Japanese word meaning “non Japanese” or “alien”. Restaurant has been extremely popular from the date it was established, which means you must prepare to reserve table enough early. 466 more words

Restaurant

Restaurant review: Gaijin - re-visit


“Gaijin” is Japanese word meaning “non Japanese” or “alien”. Restaurant has been extremely popular from the date it was established, which means you must prepare to reserve table enough early. 467 more words

Restaurant

5 things I love about being a farang

And I just found out I don’t even qualify as one. According to definition, a farang is a colloquial Thai word for a white man of European descent. 736 more words

Bangkok

Traveling vs. Living Abroad

I am a millennial. I thrive off new experiences and adventures. I love to travel and explore new places. However, I have found that I much prefer immersing myself in different cultures, rather than hopping from country to country just to check them off my Bucket List. 361 more words

Adventures In Thailand

The Freedom of being a foreigner

Have you ever felt an urge of touching the nose of someone riding on the bus with you? Or screaming in the street or skipping all the way to work? 636 more words

Lifestyle

Surprise visits and Dinerama

My plans for the weekend were zero, and I’ll be honest this excited me no end. This blissful emptiness, however, was not to be and for the very best of reasons; two of my best friends independently decided to pay me a visit. 309 more words

Reviews

Being alone in a crowd

In my country it’s Autumn now. The heavy warmth of the summer air turns fresh and crisp and the ground feels more solid underfoot. The mornings are sharp and silent and in the bronze evenings the veld grass releases cardamom-scented sighs. 321 more words

Bangkok