Tag Archives: motorway

Ghost Road To Sri Racha

Back in the good old days coal miners carried canaries in a cage down into the mines, since lethal gases killed the canaries before humans. The allusion ‘canaries in a cage’ has been assigned to political, natural, and economic threats to our existence. Five nights ago I arrived at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport a little past […]

Speeding on the Bangkok Motorway

Before my arrest for copyright infringement by the Thai Cyber-Cime Police I owned a Toyota Altis 1.8, the poor man’s BMW, although my Thai friends referred to the car as a souped-up cab, since the Altis 1.6s. On drives from Pattaya to Chai-nat I avoided driving through Bangkok to avoid the predatory cops on the […]