Friday, March 13, 2009

This is a true story about one of the strangest things that has happened at our small, isolated, rural cottage in the forest.  Many strange things happen to us, but this one takes the cake, at present.

Click HERE to read about Teddy The Toilet Toad.

Hope you enjoy it!


Monday, March 09, 2009

The Flood.

It happens just about every year here in Southern Thailand.  Luckily for Mam and I, we're on pretty high ground.  

Check out my new post under "On-line journals."  

Or click HERE.


Sunday, March 08, 2009

WATCH OUT!  I'm on a roll.  This is my newfangled, handy-dandy, fruit blog reference that I've added in my left column under "Amazing Thailand."  You can go there now if you click HERE.

This new blog chronicles fruit Mam and I have sampled here in Southern Thailand, and no, they aren't your run-of-the-mill fruits either.  Some of these are very obscure, to the point that even some Thai's don't know about them.  

Not all of them are delicious either.  Some verge on terrible, but quite certainly tastes around here differ widely.  

Some of you have read my past posts about the KING OF FRUITS, the DURIAN, with it's huge reputation of smelling like anything from rotting garbage to dirty socks.  Well I've got news for you, there are several Southeast Asian fruits that clammor for the prize of most stinky, and I hope to list some of them here, in my new Fruit From Thailand blog.


Saturday, March 07, 2009

Just as promised, I've added some new content to this old, stale blog.  WEIRD BUGS OF THAILAND is my first new addition, replete with interesting pictures of some pretty weird bugs Mam and I have found in and around our home here in Southern Thailand.  

If you take a gander at the left column you'll find my new addition, "AMAZING THAILAND" with my new addition, "WEIRD BUGS OF THAILAND."  Or you can just click HERE to check out the weird and wonderful world of Jeeem and Mam's bugs.  

As I mention on this new site, I'm no entomologist, but if some of you who happen to surf onto my site are, or you know somebody who is, please leave a message and tell me the name of these bugs.  Wikipedia we're not, but it might be interesting to some readers.  

Thanks, and enjoy!
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