It’s a Women’s World

Being a woman, a farang woman, in Thailand has been an interesting ride. When we first visited Bangkok, to find a house and school I was bombarded. By the busy, bustling, hot and smelly city. By the shear size and baffling number of neighbourhoods. But what also struck me was the enormous number of billboards…

Home is where the heart is…

In my first post I talked a little about how much ‘home’ means and can become especially important when living abroad. Now time to talk a little about our adopted ‘home’. As much as New Zealand is home, and always will be. To be a successful expat it becomes all the more apparent to adopt…