Stan’s Search for the Elusive Coconut in Koh Phangan January 14th 2020 This morning we woke up with a desperate need to drink fresh young coconut milk, and a new mission was born.
I once watched locals in Indonesia shimmering up coconut trees, and my 16 year old monkey brain kept telling me “I can do that”.
So Bev and I jump on our scooters, scrutinize the landscape, check every tree, and finally we spot the young green coconuts. There they are: all piled, one ... read more
Asia » Thailand » South-West Thailand » Ko Pha-Ngan A unified Thai kingdom was established in the mid-14th century. Known as Siam until 1939, Thailand is the only Southeast Asian country never to have been taken over by a European power. A bloodless revolution in 1932 led to a constitutional monarchy.... ... read more
My soulmate husband Stan and I have always been captivated by foreign cultures, and what we can learn from them. This passion has fuelled our global travels, as well as my study of foreign languages - French, Spanish, Indonesian, Thai, and soon possibly Balinese. We continue to chase lifelong dreams, taking adventurous risks while learning and doing as much as possible.
Whether I am at home, or elsewhere in the world, my guitar is always with me, as I use music to connect with people of all cultures and am repeatedly convinced that music is indeed a universal language. I have been very ... full info