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A Playlist From The Soul

On the first day of January 2014 I posted the above photo on Instagram. It was taken while lying on the beach at Byron Bay, in Australia.  It was the first day of a new year and I had decided to post one photo and one song a day for the entire year. It was to be a distraction while I experienced what grief really felt like for the first time in my life. I had no idea what lay ahead, but I wanted to be able to look back on the year and know when it came to the 1st January 2015 that I had made it through a difficult period of my life and could reflect on what had happened.  An easy task I thought, surely it can’t be that hard to post just one photo and one song each day?

But it was a lot harder than I ever anticipated, especially when half way through the year I was faced with a second round of grief, my fathers mortality.  I watched him disappear in front of my very eyes as cancer aggressively ate away at his body. I would never have anticipated this was going to happen at the start of the year.  I thought I should stop posting. How could I portray what was happening in my day publicly in a private way?  Though I had come so far, this little goal I had set for myself at the start of the year.  So I continued to post, one song and one photo each day, I didn’t want to give up now.

When the year came to an end I stopped for a few weeks, enjoying the freedom of not having to post anything, but my friends asked me to keep it going.  They looked forward to my posts each day with the anticipation of what will it be?  So I’m continuing the journey each day. The songs don’t always relate to the photo and I don’t necessarily always like the song. I may have heard the song while I was out and about during the day or it may have popped into my head.

Here are the first 50 songs from my year 2014.  You’ll need to stroll through my posts if you’d like to know all 365!  Or you can start following me on Instagram. You can find most of these songs on iTunes or You Tube and if you have any great tunes you’d like to recommend please send them my way as I’m keen to expand my musical reportoire.  In the meantime I hope some of these songs will expand yours. Enjoy.

Soul Defining 2014

1 Strong London Grammar

2 Blackbird Fat Freddy’s Drop

3 Beautiful Girl INXS

4 This Must Be The Place Talking Heads

5 Ordinary World Duran Duran

6 London In The Rain Variety Lab

7 Cafe de Flore Doctor Rockit

8 Fade Jakwob Feat. Maiday

9 My Head Is A Jungle (Gui Boratto Dub Mix) Wankelmut & Emma Louise

10 J.A.W.S Lxury

11 Rearviewmirror Pearl Jam

12 Alive Empire of the Sun

13 Let Go RAC & Kel & MNDR

14 Help Me Lose My Mind (Paul Woolford Remix) Disclosure

15  Paper Planes M.I.A

16 Reflektor Arcade Fire

17 Who Am I (What’s My Name?) Snoop Dogg

18 Heart’s A Mess Goyte

19 Sisters Are Doin’ It For Themselves Eurythmics & Aretha Franklin

20 Barbara Streisand Duck Sauce

21 Scientist Coldplay

22 Daughter Pearl Jam

23 Always Panama

24 Karma Police Radiohead

25 Wicked Game Chris Isaak

26 Harvest Moon Poolside

27 Royals Lorde

28 Say Something A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera

29 One More Time Daft Punk

30 Slightest Shift In The Weather Phoenix Foundation

31 Stool Pigeon Kid Creole & The Coconuts

32 Hope Fat Freddy’s Drop

33 Lets Get Blown Snoop Dogg

34 On Melancholy Hill Gorillaz

35 Sun Hits The Sky Supergrass

36 Mr Brightside Killers

37 Electric Relaxation A Tribe Called Quest

38 Waiting All Night Rudimental Feat. Ella Eyre

39 Afterlife Arcade Fire

40 Controversey Prince

41 Broken Jake Bugg

42 I Can’t Go For That Hall & Oates

43 First I Giveth Queens Of The Stone Age

44 Get Free Major Lazer

45 Dream Machine Mark Farina

46 The Real Slim Shady Eminem

47 Big Love (Eat Me Edit) Pete Heller’s Big Love

48 Lullaby The Cure

49 My Number Foals

50 La Ritournelle Sebastien Teller

The Road To Bengaluru

After three days in Chennai I retreated south to Puducherry in Tamil Nadu before looping back round to Bengaluru where I was due to meet a friend.  I loved this part of Tamil Nadu.  I wandered for hours up and down the streets of the French Quarter in Puducherry admiring its tranquility and beauty.  I was in awe of the grandness of the Matrimandir in Auroville and enjoyed the organic food and products on offer.  And even though the car journey from Puducherry to Bengaluru was a long day, it was nice to sit back and enjoy the scenery surrounding me.

Mamallapuram Hill

Mamallapuram Hill

Krishna's Butterball, Mamallapuram Hill

Krishna’s Butterball, Mamallapuram Hill

Mamallapuram Hill

Mamallapuram Hill

Mamallapuram Hill

Mamallapuram Hill

Arjuna's Penance, Mamallapuram Hill

Arjuna’s Penance, Mamallapuram Hill

Shore Temple, Mamallapuram

Shore Temple, Mamallapuram

Five Rathas

Five Rathas

Five Rathas

Five Rathas

Puducherry Waterfront

Seafront, Puducherry

Puducherry Waterfront

Seafront, Puducherry

My first discovery of Tona the graffiti artist. More on him to come.

My first discovery of Tona the graffiti artist. More on him to come.

Puducherry, French Quarter

French Quarter, Puducherry

Puducherry, French Quarter

French Quarter, Puducherry

Puducherry, French Quarter

French Quarter, Puducherry

Puducherry, French Quarter

French Quarter, Puducherry

Puducherry, French Quarter

French Quarter, Puducherry

Puducherry, French Quarter

French Quarter, Puducherry

Puducherry, French Quarter

French Quarter, Puducherry

Notre Dame des Anges, Puducherry

Notre Dame des Anges, Puducherry

Sacred Heart Bascilica, Puducherry

Sacred Heart Bascilica, Puducherry

Sacred Heart Basilica, Puducherry

Sacred Heart Basilica, Puducherry

The path to the Matrimandir

The path to the Matrimandir, Auroville

Matrimandir, Auroville

Matrimandir, Auroville

Banyan Tree at the heart of Auroville in the grounds to the Matrimandir

Banyan Tree at the heart of Auroville in the grounds of the Matrimandir

Arunachaleshwar Temple, Tiruvannamalai

Arunachaleshwar Temple, Tiruvannamalai

Images shot on a Fujifilm XT100

First Impressions Of India

My first three days in India were spent in the city of Chennai in Tamil Nadu. Thanks to a friend in New Zealand, I had a taxi driver organised to drive me around for my first week. It was a relief not having to worry about transport while I started to adjust to my new surroundings and how things work in India. It took me six visits to Airtel over three days to get a mobile number up and running, there were constant stares, no foreigners in sight and I was often being stopped in the street, it was overwhelming. But after three days I started to get my confidence on how things operated and I began to relax and enjoy the sites.  Here are my favourite pictures from those first few days.

My first few hours in India were greeted by the evening traffic and the challenge of how to cross the road!

My first few hours in India were greeted by the evening traffic and the challenge of how to cross the road!

Government Museum

Government Museum

San Thome Cathedral, where the tomb of St Thomas the apostle lies.

San Thome Cathedral, where the tomb of St Thomas the apostle lies.

San Thomas Cathedral

San Thomas Cathedral

Theosophical Society

A spot of painting at the Theosophical Society

St Thomas Mount

St Thomas Mount and views of Chennai

Sri Ramakrishna Math

Sri Ramakrishna Math

Kapaleeshwarar Temple

My first temple visit, Kapaleeshwarar Temple

Sunset at Marina Beach

Sunset at Marina Beach

Chennai Icecream Anyone for tea? DSCF0703 Marina Beach

Once The Shock Is Over: My First Week In India

I always knew India was going to open my eyes and challenge me in ways I’ve never experienced before, but I don’t think anything can quite prepare you for the first 24 hours you spend in India for the very first time.  The traffic seems to be organised chaos.  There’s the constant noise of car horns sounding all around you.  The first time you attempt to cross a road taking your life what seems into your own hands.  And then there’s the smells, people urinating and spitting on the streets while cows roam freely feeling completely at home in a major city.

As I started to come to grips with these new senses and my surroundings in a country that was about to become my home for the next two months, it was a welcome change after spending my first three days in the city of Chennai, that some calm and normality began to creep in when I headed out of town.  I spent three nights in the city Puducherry (formerly know as Pondicherry) which has the quant French Quarter located by the sea.  It was a beautiful part of the city, where I wandered for hours up and down the streets admiring its architecture and buildings.

French Quarter, Puducherry

French Quarter, Puducherry

Quant Puducherry

Quant Puducherry

On the drive to Puducherry I stopped off at Mamallapuram and visited ancient ruins at Mamallapuram Hill, Five Rathas and the Shore Temple which survived the 2000 Boxing Day tsunami.  If I had more time I could have happily spent a night there, but I had plans to meet a friend in Bangalore and I could only spare the day.

Five Rathas, Mamallapuram

Five Rathas, Mamallapuram

Shore Temple

Shore Temple, Mamallapuram

A great place that you must visit if you’re intending to go to Puducherry is Auroville, located 12km out from the city.  It’s an international community that’s been created around peace, harmony, sustainable living and the divine consciousness.  There is no set religion, no currency and everyone works together to build the community. The impressive Matrimandir, a place for peace, quietness and contemplation is the soul of Auroville.  It’s located in beautifully manicured grounds (which are still being completed) and it’s a lovely 1km stroll from the visitors centre.  When visiting make sure you try the organic coffee at Dreamer’s Cafe and eat the organic food produced from the area in the main cafe.  The food was excellent, clean and delicious.

Matrimandir

Matrimandir, Auroville

You can walk the 1km path to the Matrimandir or cycle.

You can walk the 1km path to the Matrimandir or cycle.

There are two boutiques on site, beautifully laid out selling products all produced from Auroville.  Clothing with organic cottons and silks, skincare, candles, incense, and beautifully crafted children’s toys were just some of the delights on offer.  Unfortunately I didn’t know until I arrived, that if you book a day or two ahead you can actually go inside the Matrimandir. It would have been amazing to do so.  The closest I could get was to meditate in front of the grand structure in its beautiful calm and peaceful surroundings, which was nice to be able to do.

If you’re planning a trip to Tamil Nadu, make sure you have Mamallapuram, Auroville and Puducherry on your list, you won’t be disappointed.  Book well ahead for accommodation in Puducherry if you want to stay in the French Quarter, unfortunately all the great places I wanted to stay in were booked and I ended up having to stay in the city as it was over a weekend.  It’s a popular destination for a city break with locals living in Chennai and I can understand why they are lured to spend time in this great area.

Images: Fujifilm XT100

Dreaming Of A Thai Getaway

For the last post in my Thailand series, here are some books I stumbled across during my stay to help you with some inspiration when planning your Thai getaway.

  1. Thailand’s Best Restaurants by Thailand Tatler.  A yearly guide to who’s the best around to satisfy your taste buds.
  2. Thai Street Food by David Thompson.  Enjoy the delights created by the head chef from Nahm restaurant.
  3. Kenneth Barrett’s 22 Walks In Bangkok.  Explore the city’s, historic back lanes and byways around one of my favourite cities in the world.
  4. For the insider’s guide to Bangkok, keep an eye out in the shops and cafes for BK Magazine.  It’s a free weekly guide with information on what’s happening in the city during the week, from shopping to eating, to events and discovering the nightlife.
  5. Bangkok’s Top Street Food Stalls by Chawadee Nualkhair.  Soi 38 is mentioned in here and is on my list to try next time I’m in town.
  6. And finally the trusty old Lonely Planet – Thailand.  Always a helpful reliable guide and a starting point for researching your journey.

Book Club

I was asked to join a book club a few years ago. It was a lovely gesture being asked to join a group of women who I barely knew.  I’ve never been a massive reader, time always seems to be against me and it only seems when I’m on holiday lying on a beach that the time presents itself and I finally get the chance to read, and I always enjoy it. Still with my poor success rate, these women welcomed me warmly into their group.

Over the past few years being in this group there have been a lot of life changing moments, marriages (one was mine), a separation (that would be me), babies (including twins), and people have moved cities and countries.  Book Club has always been a good excuse to catch up with friends and have a glass of wine while not a lot of discussion goes on about the book. There was never any pressure if you hadn’t read the book as the tally was being added up at the end of night and a score given of what we all thought of the book. It was a pretty relaxed club.

As you can guess my success rate towards reading the books has been pretty poor over the years. In fact it was non-existent last year as I didn’t have the energy to face any.  I would have been lost in a gaze having to read the pages over and over again as my thoughts would wander away.  So with a new kindle in hand, I have plenty of books to read and catch up on.  If you’re looking for something new to read, here is the list of books selected over the years.  I’ve only managed to complete 14 of them, pathetic I know, but thankfully I now have plenty of spare time ahead of me do try to redeem back some book club dignity.

  1. Room by Emma Donoghue.  Score 6.
  2. Freedom by Jonathan Franzen.  Score 6.5.
  3. One Day by David Nicholls.  Score 8.
  4. The Help by Kathryn Stockett.  Score 7.
  5. Sense Of An Ending by Julian Barnes.  Score 6.5.
  6. The Other Hand also known as Little Bee by Chris Cleave.  Score 6.
  7. Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger.  Score 7.
  8. The Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides.  Score 6.
  9. The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls.  Score 8.
  10. Fifty Shades Of Grey by E.L James.  Score 1.5  (It had to be done to see what all the fuss was about!)
  11. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn.  Score 7.5.
  12. The Casual Vacancy by J.K Rowling.  Score 4.5
  13. Lifesaving For Beginners by Ciara Geraghty.  Score 6.5
  14. After The Party by Lisa Jewell.  Score 7
  15. The Shadow Year by Hannah Richell.  Score 8
  16. The Fields by Kevin Maher.  Score 6.5
  17. East Of The Sun by Julia Gregson.  Score 6.
  18. The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton.  Score 7.5
  19. The Fault In Our Stars by John Green.  Score 6.5.
  20. The Bright New Dawn by Louise Beker.  Score 1
  21. Love Nina by Nina Stibbe.  Score 7
  22. The House Of Spirits by Isabel Allende.
  23. The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion – Highly Recommended
  24. The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty – Highly Recommended

A Balancing Act

Having been active all my life, travelling was bound to upset my weekly exercise routine.  There will be no Pilates classes three times a week and the ease to go for a run won’t be as appealing when the temperate is 30 degrees outside with 90% humidity.  But for me exercise is ingrained in my DNA and after a week without it, I start to become irritable.

Heading to Thailand and India where Pilates classes are scarce and yoga classes are in abundance, it’s time to head on a yoga journey.  Having only tried yoga a handful of times I’m keen to explore it more.  I’ve also recently started meditating, having had my first introduction only a little over a year ago.  I had an amazing one on one session with a lovely lady named Lani at the Gaia Retreat in Byron Bay.  She was the perfect teacher to set me off on a new spiritual path and journey.  It was a huge help for me last year as I tried to cope with grief and I’m keen to experience it more and its benefits.

So I was pleased when my friend Melenie suggested we try a yoga class during our stay at Koh Tao.  With ten days of solid drinking ahead (We’re on holiday.  It’s a celebration!) I was up for anything active to help balance what was being consumed. We tried a class at Ocean Sound in Chalok Town.  The class was Vinyasa yoga taught by Gaybrielle from Montreal.  Three of us decided to give it a try, all varying at different levels. It was an enjoyable class.  It was easy to follow with options throughout for beginners to advanced.  Everyone’s technique was closely monitored and corrected when required, but in a gentle way.  It was a small studio, clean and bright with plenty of equipment. Sadly we didn’t make it back for another class, the days of boat trips and sipping cocktails by the pool started to take over. We did manage a lovely long coastal walk for a day and whenever I could, I would hike the 20 minute walk up and down the steep hill in the heat from Chalok Town to the resort to help rid of any guilt for the lack of physical activity.

Ocean Sound Yoga

Ocean Sound Yoga

Ocean Sound Yoga Studio

Ocean Sound Yoga Studio

Ocean Sound can also arrange a Thai Yoga massage to have at the studio for 1000 baht. I left organising this too late and the masseuse was not available when I wanted to squeeze it in.  It sounded amazing.  An alternative and cheaper option is to try the places near the studio.  We had a couple during our stay in the village and they were absolutely fine.  Your normal stock standard Thai massage.  You can easily walk up and get one there and then.  Like any massage in Thailand, let your inhibitions go and try your luck. You get what you pay for, but it seems crazy going to a spa in Thailand paying the same price as you would back home when you can get it for a third of the price off the street. Sure it’s not quite as nice as a luxury spa experience but you can still enjoy some pretty good massages regardless.

Grounded is another option on Koh Tao if you’re looking for a retreat and it seems to have good reviews on Trip Advisor.

My success rate on Koh Phanghan was slightly better. I was there for four nights and managed to do two yoga classes, and a meditation session at The Sanctuary.  Unfortunately the stars weren’t aligned and I was unable to stay there, however anyone can attend their daily classes. It’s a gentle stroll over the hill from Haad Yuan. The two yoga classes I tried were taught by Stefano hailing from Cyprus, now based in England. His classes were clearly explained and you felt at ease in the large Buddha Hall where the classes were held. I was planning on doing the free meditation session after each yoga class, but the yoga nidra meditation at the end of the class meant I didn’t feel the need to in my post relaxed state.

The meditation class was my first ever group class and for this session we lay down for the meditation. The first 15 minutes were uncomfortable for me, free movement and dancing around with complete strangers (without music) I found was pushing me out of my comfort zone and wasn’t really my thing, but thankfully it was soon over and we were allowed to lay down and listen to the guidance of the teacher while soothing gentle music played in the background. We relaxed and breathed.  I was in such a blissful state by the end of the session, that I didn’t want it to end. As I lay on my side bringing my awareness back to reality, tears started to roll down my face which caught me by surprise. I wasn’t sad, I was feeling calm and rested. I was in such a relaxed state and feeling content, but for some reason the tears were falling. If I hadn’t been in a room filled with people I probably would have let the tears really flow.  But embarrassed I dashed out of the Buddha Hall as soon as I could soaking in the experience as I strolled back to my resort, relaxed under the moon lit sky.

24 Hours To Shop In Bangkok

I always spend a few days in Bangkok before I exit Thailand ensuring I give the credit card a good work out before I head home.  I like making the most of different brands and stores on hand that aren’t available in New Zealand.  It was absolutely torturous roaming through the streets of Bangkok, knowing that no power shopping would be occurring on this trip with months of travel ahead of me. I did manage to make one small purchase which I knew I could get away with, the Labradorite bracelet from Mina Code.  I could justify the purchase as it was small to pack and it hasn’t left my wrist since.  It accompanies my Marc by Marc Jacobs Standard  Supply bracelet which was a leaving gift from the Viva team.

If you only have one day to shop in Bangkok, here are my picks:

Siam Square

Siam Center

Head straight to Siam Square where you can visit easily three malls, Siam Center, Siam Discovery and Siam Paragon which cater for a variety of tastes and budgets. Siam Center is a great place to find emerging new designers.  It’s where I purchased my Mina Code bracelet at Another Alternative on the first floor and enjoyed a great coffee at I+D Style Cafe.  There are also plenty of beauty options with Sephora, Bobbi Brown and Estee Lauder.

At Siam Discovery there’s a mixture of stores from clothing to technology, homewares and beauty. My pick here is Thann a Thai natural skincare and aromatherapy brand.  If only I could have taken some products with me.  Strip Ministry Of Wax on the 3rd floor was recommended and it didn’t disappoint. There’s always a risk travelling when it comes to beauty therapy and the therapist you may get, but it was just like being at home, thankfully.  They also have a brow bar on site.  On the second floor I stumbled across a great store called Smart Travel who stock Cocoon travel products.  Perfect if you need any travel essentials.

Siam Paragon

Siam Paragon

If you’re after a luxury fix, then head to Siam Paragon.  You’ll find most of the high end luxury brands here such as Louis Vuitton, Prada, Hermes and Dior.  They also have some high street stores such as H&M, GAP and Zara.  But be aware if you are interested in purchasing luxury goods in Thailand, think again.  The government charges 30% tax on luxury goods making it an expensive place to purchase luxury items.  You might be able to find them cheaper elsewhere even with the 7% VAT they offer.

After all that shopping you’re bound to be ravenous.  I’m not normally one for eating in shopping malls, but if you’re pushed for time there are plenty of options in Siam Paragon and I had a fantastic Japanese meal at Nippon Kai.

If you’ve never been to Bangkok, as touristy as it is, a visit to The Jim Thompson House should be on the cards.  Famous for starting the Thai Silk Company it’s well worth a look around his home which is now a museum.  Most tuk tuk drivers will take you there in a flash.

If you have any time left and you need to do a desperate shop for some cheap souvenirs or to buy that t-shirt you were eyeing up in the market which will shrink after one wash then head to MBK.  It’s not my cup of tea but it’s liked by many.  I much prefer wandering through the side streets to the left of the mall where you can find some emerging designers and boutiques.

There are plenty of more shops to visit if you have the time, the Emporium would be my next stop which stocks more luxury brands and if you need a last-minute shopping fix, there are a variety of boutiques at the airport for that one last hit. Happy shopping!

Urban Delights

I never tire when in Thailand of the endless flow of Thai food.  It’s always fresh, flavoursome and light.  Accompanied by a nice cool relaxing beer, lunch and dinner times never seem to be a chore.  I was fortunate to eat and drink at some great places during my three-week stay thanks to recommendations from friends. Here are my tops picks from my stay:

Fizz Beach Lounge, Sairee Beach Koh Tao.  With a great location on Sairee Beach, this bar is a lovely place to chill and soak up the ambience. Bean bags are sprawled across the beach and large deck making it the perfect place to start your evening with a cocktail by the sea while enjoying great music.

Bar Next Door, Chalok Ban Kao, Koh Tao.  We had a fun night out at this bar. Perched on the beach in Chalok Bay, this was our pick of the bars on the strip.  Be entertained by fire dancers while drinking the night away.  You just need to be able to stomach what was the worst toilet (if you can call it that!) on the island.

Fire Dancer At Bar Next Door

Fire Dancer At Bar Next Door

Whitening Bar & Restaurant, Maehaad, Koh Tao.  We ate twice at this restaurant. Once for my friend’s birthday and again a few days later.  The restaurant true to its name has white decor with a mixture of tables on the beach if you’re there to enjoy a meal, or bean bags and low tables if you’re more inclined for a relaxed snack or a cocktail or two.  The menu is a mixture of Thai and “fusion” dishes, with BBQ seafood and salads.  Knowing that it was a special occasion, the staff were able to arrange a birthday cake and they catered well to a large group.  It was a nice treat to enjoy some wine after an onslaught of cocktails over the week.

Barracuda Restaurant, Sairee Beach, Koh Tao.  Another restaurant where we went back for seconds.  This popular restaurant caters well for groups where you can enjoy a tasty tapas style menu of seafood, sides, and salads.  The atmosphere is relaxed and the staff and service is friendly.  Just make sure you phone to book ahead.

Bamboo Hut, Haad Yuan, Koh Phanghan.  Perched on top of a hill overlooking Haad Yuan, this is a great place to dine for lunch or dinner while taking in the view.

Galanga Restaurant, Chaweng, Koh Samui.  It’s always hard to know with a long strip of restaurants what one to dive into.  It’s often hit or miss, but Galanga was a hit.  With a varied and extensive menu there’s plenty of choice, including wine and cocktails.

And recommended by expat friends residing in Bangkok:

Namh Restaurant, Bangkok. Voted as one of the world’s top 50 restaurants, Australian-born chef David Thompson produces some of the best Thai cuisine in Asia.  Sadly I missed out eating here as my cab driver couldn’t find it!

Opposite Mess Hall, Bangkok.  Enjoy cocktails and asian inspired tapas.  I had a great meal here with great company.

Opposite Mess Hall

Opposite Mess Hall

Sky Bar at Lebua State Tower or Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Hotel.  Moon Bar is one of my favourite places in the world and will always be on my list to go to when I’m in Bangkok.  The prices are worth the views.

Martini's with a view, Moon Bar

Martini’s with a view, Moon Bar

And last of the recommendations in Bangkok are Coffee at Roots, open Saturdays & Sundays from 12pm. Breakfast at Rocket, located in Sathorn. Late night drinks at Wong’s Place (best after 2AM) and Street Food on Soi 38.  I’m looking forward to trying these out on my next visit.

Snap Happy: Bangkok

Bangkok, you always leave me wanting more.  Snapshots from a great couple of days spent in one of my favourite cities in the world.

Moon Bar

Moon Bar At The Banyan Tree Hotel

Street Art

Street Art

Siam Center

Siam Center

Musical Stairs

Musical Stairs

Installation at Siam Design

Installation At Siam Center

Siam Square

Siam Square

MBK

MBK

Sky Train

Sky Train

Some peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle

Some Peace And Quiet Away From The Hustle And Bustle