Writing 2016-11-20T02:44:35+00:00

Need a story, profile, guide, or article written? Drop me a line.

I know the difference between they’re, their, there, it’s, its, your and you’re.

I’m most comfortable writing about Bangkok and/or Thailand, but have written everything from beer glossaries to restaurant and movie reviews to articles on regional seaport development.

It’s amazing how much of my work exists only on physical pages saved in a drawer and the files on my hard drive. A small sample of the stuff that’s online – the stuff that hasn’t been lost to website changes and redirects, anyway – is available below.

To get in touch with me, send me a quick note via the contact form on the Aboot page.

~ World’s Greatest City: 50 Reasons Why Bangkok is #1 – In all its awful glory (October, 2009)

~ Bangkok Airport Rail Link vs City Taxi – Which one is better? (August, 2010)

~ Smooth Rides for Bangkok’s First Bamboo Bike Owner – Wood & wheels (September, 2010)

~ 11 Blogs and Apps for Learning Thai – The struggle continues (January 2011)

Dead-end Discovery: Bangkok’s Newest Asian Art and Culture Corner – Tucked away, as usual (June, 2011)

Faking it at Bangkok’s Museum of Counterfeit Goods – Is that bag real? (July, 2011)

Monstrously Monumental Masterpieces – Bangkok’s Recycled Art Master (March 8, 2007)

Beauty and the Beach – Medical Tourism in Thailand (July 12, 2007)

Making Cultural Connections – Thailand’s Northern Capital of Chiang Mai (December 6, 2007)

Temple of the Golden Buddha – Chinatown’s Shiniest Attraction (March 27, 2008)

Finding Your Own Route in Bangkok – Using Bangkok’s Transportation Network Like a Local (July 12, 2008)

Bangkok Back on Track – Riots? What riots? (March 21, 2009)

Thai Temples Offer Retreat and Spiritual Enlightenment – Getting away – really away – from it all. (January 18, 2010)

Visiting Chatuchak Market – (October 2010)