It was my first film, the culmination of years of planning and research as well as my reason for becoming a documentary filmmaker. “Jim Thompson, Silk King” is the story of an American architect-turned military officer who found himself in Thailand at the end of World War II and stayed. 208 more words
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Today was the last full day of our Thailand trip. Despite my 3rd visit in this wonderful country, there’s so much left to see here. We started our day by eating in one of the nearby restaurants which served some yummy pork noodle bowls. 425 more words
I’m okay! The start to my solo travels didn’t get off to the most fabulous start as I stood, admittedly with 3 locals, at the wrong bus stop for half an hour and, after a hurried run jumped on the bus and immediately sat on the seats reserved for the pregnant, disabled and monks. 1,330 more words
Now I present to you the third, somewhat condensed, and final part of our Thailand adventure!
The night before we flew out of Chiang Mai, I actually called our guest house in Bangkok to see if we could get an airport transfer, however, the man who answered the phone said that they could not do it from the airport we were arriving in (Dong Muang) at the time we were arriving. 4,273 more words