The Hill Tribe Village – Baan Tong Luang Chiang Mai Thailand

So, there is this good friend of mine, she is a very good writer, and when I say good, I mean she could write a best-selling book and it doesn’t have to be 300 pages long. I am still wondering why she hasn’t done it yet. Anyway, she wrote this interesting piece about People of TheContinue reading “The Hill Tribe Village – Baan Tong Luang Chiang Mai Thailand”

Exploring the Death Railway Via A Train To Kanchanaburi – Thailand

You’ll never run of places to explore and things to do in Thailand, this trip is one of the many one has to experience. The Death Railway Line carries a lot of Thailand and Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) history during the World War II, the railway line was built through some blood shedding andContinue reading “Exploring the Death Railway Via A Train To Kanchanaburi – Thailand”

The Beginner’s Guide to Teaching English Abroad for Black Africans

As a black person, especially from African, the ESL industry here in Asia can be cruel, it’s a dirty game. I’ve had experiences where agencies screwed me up, some trying to offer me less pay than what other teachers got. I am an experienced ESL teacher, with 3 years’ experience teaching in classroom and 2Continue reading “The Beginner’s Guide to Teaching English Abroad for Black Africans”

Travel to Thailand – Guide to get a VISA for a Motswana

Travelling is therapeutic, the joy it brings to the soul is impeccable. However, It can also be a pain­ if it is not well planned. Don’t get me wrong, spontaneous trips are great too but there is some little planning in between that little time you have to be on the move. Planning is necessaryContinue reading “Travel to Thailand – Guide to get a VISA for a Motswana”

A Short Vacation To Koh Samui & Chiang Mai – Thailand

March through April was rather a hectic month, I was at my busiest, I however decided to take a week off from my hectic schedule to add on to the one week holiday gearing up to the Thai New year, which was from the 13th – 15th April, to rejuvenate – so I had twoContinue reading “A Short Vacation To Koh Samui & Chiang Mai – Thailand”

A day Trip to Samut Prakan – 5 Locations Covered

I haven’t done a day trip in a while, so a couple of weeks ago, a friend of mine Tumi called me up and ask if I Would like to join her on a trip to Samut Prakan. I was like, Duh!!! OF COURSE, why wouldn’t I? I knew nothing about the place and didn’tContinue reading “A day Trip to Samut Prakan – 5 Locations Covered”

A day trip to Ayutthaya – One of UNESCO’s WORLD HERITAGE SITE

So last week I was going about my usually boring daily routine, WORK WORK WORK and more WORK, people close to me know that I work from morning through evening 7 days a week (A man got to eat hey), yes, I’ve got that kind of boring life. So yah, there I was, Friday evening working andContinue reading “A day trip to Ayutthaya – One of UNESCO’s WORLD HERITAGE SITE”

9 Quick Facts About Botswana – Celebrating Botswana Part 2

The Republic of Botswana is turning 50 years and it is a huge deal that we as a nation celebrate this milestone.  I shared on my previous post that I dedicated this month, SEPTEMBER to my beloved country Botswana and celebrating in Botswana colours.This post is a continuation (Part 2) of where I stopped from myContinue reading “9 Quick Facts About Botswana – Celebrating Botswana Part 2”

Happy Independence Day Botswana, 50 Years – 10 Facts About Botswana Part 3

Today marks a historical day in Botswana, The Republic of Botswana is finally 50 years, the wait is finally over. I’m very proud of Botswana, we have grown to become one of the most talked about, recognised and celebrated country around the world in most positive aspects. With this third series of my post it’sContinue reading “Happy Independence Day Botswana, 50 Years – 10 Facts About Botswana Part 3”

Celebrating Botswana – 11 Quick Facts About Botswana – Part 1

September is a very important month in the history of Botswana, I call it Botswana Month. On the 30th September 1966 Botswana took its independence from Britain, something worth celebrating indeed. This year the country will be celebrating 50 years of independence, such a huge milestone, and it has gone all out and when I say all out,Continue reading “Celebrating Botswana – 11 Quick Facts About Botswana – Part 1”