A photograph of Amman, Jordan.
We couldn’t review our Hoboroll while we were in Chiang Mai. Hobo implies a certain level of home ownership (as in none) and at the time we had two: our actual home in Turkey and our temporary digs in northern Thailand.
A photograph of Marrakesh, Morocco.
A photograph of Sukhothai, Thailand.
Prasongsook Hostel was chosen by huff as our place to stay in Ubon Ratchathani. It turned out to be the optimal stomping off distance from the bus station in the direction that promised the most light and life. Not too far that one of us would collapse from exhaustion under the weight of our baggage, but not too near that we couldn’t calm down and resume being civilised to each other.
A photograph of Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand.
Being a driving instructor is one of the few careers with very easily transferable skills. In fact, driving instructors from the UK are in a great position to work abroad as the testing and examinations required to work here are much more stringent and robust than in many other countries.
A photograph of Vientiane, Laos.
We award Paddy Gourlay four stars for this piece about his time as an English speaking salesman near Milan.
A photograph of Essaouira, Morocco.