MEMORIES BEFORE THE BOMBING | Darrin Henry ‘Bangkok Bombing’ was the headline across the TV; we watched horrified as CCTV footage of the explosion at the Erawan Shrine was replayed over and over and innocent people ran for their lives. Later as the television …
LEES GARCIA; TAKING CONTROL | Darrin Henry
Attacked by a dog as a four year old little girl growing up in Puerto Rico, Lees Garcia required stitches to patch up her torn face, yet 23 years later was crowned Miss Grand International at a glittering ceremony in Thailand.
CULTURE VILLAGE VISIT | Sharon Henry
For a tiny sip of ethnic Asian culture, the Baan Tong Luang tourism village 30 minutes outside Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand offers a sweet concoction. It’s like stepping into a National Geographic magazine featuring long neck ladies, bamboo huts and tribal costumes.
EARLY MORNING ADVENTURE | Darrin Henry
As memories go, paddling a kayak across the silky smooth water of a lake, watching the orange ball peek up over the mountains for a Thailand sunrise is pretty hard to beat.
Forty five minutes ago Sharon and I
A WATER RESORT IN THE MOUNTAINS | Darrin Henry
There’s a secret holiday retreat in northern Thailand called Mountain Float, it’s a long way off the beaten tourist track but well known and appreciated by the local people. It’s our second week in Thailand Sharon
THAI FASHION MODEL, THANYA | Sharon Henry
“Bangkok is the best city to live in the world,” declares Thanya Prompat the model of our Bangkok street photoshoot. “We have the best food, best people, easy living, everything!” That statement is not merely patriotic, it’s the
THE THONBURI CANALS | Darrin Henry
The Bangkok long tail boat tour on our first day in the city was memorable to say the least; a dead cat floating in the canal, arguing with my wife and a non-English speaking boat driver who thought shouting
ERAWAN MUSEUM BANGKOK | Sharon Henry
Climbing barefooted into the belly of Thailand’s three headed elephant is an unusual experience, Bangkok is full of surprises.
We’re following what sounds like hushed chanting of Buddhist monks, which gets louder the higher we go. A little dizzy
BANGKOK’S CHATUCHAK WEEKEND MARKET | Darrin Henry
We have been swallowed up by the heat, the noise, the smells and the buzz of a hundred thousand people who are visiting Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok, Thailand. This Bangkok street market is unlike any I have experienced before. Anything goes when