Covid is Hitting Thailand’s Dog Shelters Hard

Whilst living in Phuket I had the fortune of visiting one of the island's largest dog sanctuaries. As you can imagine Thailand is home to a lot of stray pups, known as "Soi Dogs" (Street dogs). I recently contacted Tina the owner of Bodhi Shelter and asked her how she is getting along with Covid … Continue reading Covid is Hitting Thailand’s Dog Shelters Hard

Vegetarian Festival Face Piercings Phuket

If you have seen me since I returned back from Thailand I have probably shown you my work from the Vegetarian Festival in Phuket. I have been sat on these images for a long time, not knowing what to do with them. If I'm honest I wanted their debut to be in the physical form … Continue reading Vegetarian Festival Face Piercings Phuket

The Food of the Phuket Vegetarian Festival

Thetsakan kin che or "The Vegetarian Festival" is celebrated all over Thailand, but not as intensely as it is in Phuket. For nine days the majority of the island is vegetarian. Everybody is dressed in white and the temples are heaving with prayers and the occasional sound of firecrackers. Before I post about the more … Continue reading The Food of the Phuket Vegetarian Festival

Poles, Filth and Beer: Patong is a Paradise.

Everybody loves a skilled stripper, whether they're polishing a metal pole with their crotch or peeling paint off a surface, everybody can appreciate effort when they see it. I thought at the time that Bangkok was the seediest place in the world, but I was wrong, Patong outshines Bangkok in every sense. From Ping Pong … Continue reading Poles, Filth and Beer: Patong is a Paradise.