Landscaping a wildlife pond at the front of our property near the public road is the last part of our development… probably! We have observed the land over the course…
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Sometimes you can’t see the wood for the trees. When you think of Thailand, images of white sand beaches fringed with palms trees come to mind. If you stop to…
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In my previous blog post I explained what being self-sufficient meant to me. Apart from farming and securing our own food and water supplies, I briefly touched on being debt-free…
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Living in Thailand and being self-sufficient go hand in hand. In many ways it’s part of the culture here. While the rest of the world has been introducing draconian laws…
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We just returned to our home in Thailand after a three-week trip to England. It was Katae’s first visit and my second in seven years, probably my last… 555. Just…
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Is There a Cinema in Trat? Even though we lived on Koh Chang for over 2 years and now on the mainland for six months common consensus was that there…
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We’ve been building a one-bedroom Thai house for our Thai parents over the last 2 or three months and this week, they moved in. After their retirement they moved from…
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We would like to wish all our regular readers and new visitors to Thinglish Lifestyle a very happy and safe Songkran – Thai New Year. Songkran is one of Thailand’s…
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One of the joys of taking a piece of barren land and planting out gardens and a food forest is attracting wildlife and beneficial garden animals. Wild Bees – A…
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Growing a food forest is a long term project, but you have to start somewhere, sometime, to reap what you sow for many years to come. We earmarked approximately 70%…
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