Norwegian drivers. I’m generalising here, but why don’t they know how to use indicators (especially on roundabouts)? And why don’t they know how to drive two-lane roads and keep hogging the passing lane (even when the right lane is completely empty)? It is really not that difficult, people!
It has been a little more than two months since I moved to Cairo, Egypt. I am still not sure what to think of the place, but there are some clear things I love and some clear things I hate. I made a little top three of both: Three things I love in Egypt People … More Things I love and hate in Egypt
In Bangkok, when you want to cut through traffic fastest, motorbike taxis are your answer! Today, I decided to film my route from home to work and back (and realised my camera is crap at focusing in the dark). I hope you enjoy the clip! Speaking of shut up and “drive”… Yesterday, I did a … More Bangkok traffic as seen from a motorbike taxi (and DJ Kilmore)
* By ‘normal’, I mean ‘socially accepted’ rather than ‘common’. Ten things that are ‘normal’ in Thailand, but not elsewhere 1. Eating disorders When you visit Thailand, you notice soon enough that everyone is pretty slim or even skinny. When I first arrived, I thought this was a natural thing – generally speaking, Asians have … More Ten things that are ‘normal’* in Thailand, but not elsewhere… and vice versa
Ten things I love about Thailand: People are amazing! Thai friends and strangers – always polite and friendly, smiling and helpful. My Thai life would’ve been so different without the wonderful people I’ve met so far. Thai food is delicious, available everywhere and anytime and it can be very cheap! Not only food is cheap … More Ten things I love/hate about Thailand