Author Archive

Friendship Codes

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Through our lives, each and every one of us meets and become acquainted with a range of people with unique characteristics, personalities and lifestyles. Friendships begin to bloom and circles of trust begin… Continue reading

Koh Samui

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Koh Samui is one of the most interesting islands on Earth. Though it may only be Thailand’s third biggest island, it certainly packs a lot into its relatively small landmass when compared with… Continue reading

Marina Bay Sands

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Now this is one hotel I just had to write about!  I stayed at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on my last night of a 3 month trip around Asia.  So I… Continue reading

Penang

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Who hasn’t thought of living on an island? With other island’s merely a day trip away, or the exotic Thailand merely an hour plane ride or even a few hours drive to reach… Continue reading

Brainless Popular Culture?

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Popular culture is associated with the everyday and has attached itself firmly into the lives of the young and old alike in today’s British society with omnipresent subjects of the popular scene such… Continue reading

The Reason I Jump Book Review

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The Reason I Jump is written by the thirteen-year-old, severely autistic Japanese teenager, Naoki Higashida, in which he provides a fascinating and engaging insight into the highly misunderstood disability of autism. Diagnosed with… Continue reading

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

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With highly-acclaimed and award-winning books behind her, including Purple Hibiscus and Half of a Yellow Sun, one could undeniably argue that expectations are high for Adichie’s latest book. Yet I would say without… Continue reading

‘More Sex, Please… We’re British’

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There is a certain belief, or once for a better word, stereotype that somehow became ingrained in the minds of English citizens and foreigners alike…the tired yet still arguably present stereotype that the… Continue reading

Underwater paradise in the Gulf of Thailand

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Crystal clear water, landscape splattered with prehistoric limestone cliffs, seas brimming with colourful fish, turtles and mata rays… it’s hard to believe that this island in Thailand is only a few hours boat… Continue reading

Elephant Nature Park

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We were recently privileged enough to visit the Elephant Nature Park rescue and rehabilitation center nestled 60 kilometers away from Chiang Mai City, (the only reputable sanctuary in the North of Thailand). Typically… Continue reading