Gluttony in Penang

If I’ve learned a little gluttony in my sixties, it was in Georgetown. The Malaysian island of Penang is called a culinary paradise. Indian, Chinese, Malay, Thai, Arabic and God knows what other cuisines, as well as endless variations and mixtures of the best of them. It’s incredibly tasty and varied.

Laos. Cinemas of the 60s in Savannakhet and surroundings

In Lao, cinemas are called by the same phrase as shadow theater. This can make some confusion in understanding the names in the English translation on Google Maps. But there is also some blue-eyed symbolism in this. It is interesting that when a few years ago the city was decorated with street art, on the … Continue reading Laos. Cinemas of the 60s in Savannakhet and surroundings

Phrao Valley – “Nothing amazing place” in the Thai North

Возможно, кто-то скажет, что долине Пхрао не стоило посвящать столько слов. Или наоборот, стоит начинать знакомство с севером Тая именно с таких, “не примечательных” долинок. Которые и составляют сущность здешних мест.

Secrets of the town of Pre. Part One: The Secret War

A tiny town (which does not prevent it, however, from being the capital of a small region of the same name) with the French name of Phrae, lost in the hills of northern Thailand, turned out to be full of surprises and secrets. For example, there is a museum of the Second World War. Although I have always been sure that Thailand did not participate in hostilities.