Thursday, April 27, 2006

Lunch at Chan-ta-nee

Dr. Ananchai Kongchan, Associate Professor of Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Chulalongkorn University, is smiling happily before his favourite lunch at Chan-ta-nee, Saladaeng.

Monday, April 17, 2006

Postcard Greeting

To mark the 60th anniversary of King Bhumibol's coronation, the world's longest serving monarch, Thailand Post Office has published a special postcard for Thai people to send greetings to their beloved King in their own handwriting.

Greetings to H.M. the King from Mother and me.

Saturday, April 15, 2006

P' Ood, P' Taew, P' Panu, P' Taw and Pong respect Mother on the occasion of Songkran festival. They pour scented water onto her hands. Mother, in return, wishes them good health and prosperity.

Thursday, April 13, 2006

The beautiful sculpture in front of Suan Somdej Ya.

The residence where the Queen Mother used to live when she was young, at Suan Somdej Ya at Wat Anongkaram, Somdej Chao Phya Road, Thonburi.

P' Tum and P' Pao visits Mother to pay respect and wish her on the Songkran Day.

P' Oy and Ohm, in front of their brand new BMW Mini Coupe.

The expressway is empty on April 13, Songkran Day.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

The fitness room at Phillip Wain is quite empty today as most people in Bangkok are vacating the city, either to return to their home upcountry or to celebrate the Songkran holiday season somewhere else.

The Lazboy sofa at the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation Office on Yaowarad Road is so comfortable that I almost fall asleep.

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Failure to Launch

The Bangkok Post newspaper has given free tickets to the movie "Failure to Launch" at SFX Cinema-Emporium to the subscribers who were randomly selected from those joining its easy quiz.

I am one of the lucky winners. To see my comment on the movie, please click

Lunch at Kalaprapruek

Having lunch at Kalaprapruek, Soi Pramual, with Kannika (Ka). She eats a lot more than me but still manages to keep her body perfectly fit. How can she do that?

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Elephant Reintroduction

Pang Duoen (22 years old) and her baby Pang Dao (one year old) are released to the wild during Khun Lung Lerng's elephant reintroduction ceremony at Sublanka Wildlife Sanctuary.