It’s never jacket weather and I can always wear a t-shirt and shorts.(OK, that’s not entirely true. I once had a friend visit me and I refused to turn on the A/C in my apartment. )The friendly locals Thais are some of the nicest people I have ever met.They’re always happy, always smiling, extremely polite, and always helpful.I can’t stand it' and it has now had more than 1.5million views.The clip has proven controversial with some commenters saying the scene was staged.It was captured by student Wittawat Wonghajuk, 19, who had been travelling on the coach at 10am on Saturday morning in Loei province, northern Thailand.He uploaded the video to Facebook with the caption 'Help me share this clip.Mr Wonghajuk claims he overheard the monk watching the film after he put the clip 'on the speaker'.
People often ask me why I return to places I’ve already visited instead of exploring somewhere new. Anything more than that, and I look like I’m about to keel over and die.
Earlier this month a woman, who was slapped by a monk after she confronted him for apparently spitting inside her minivan, was fined 5,000THB (£112) for 'causing a fight'.
I’ve lived in Bangkok twice, and if I stay away for more than a year, I feel as if a piece of me is missing.
Cruel parents appear to be sitting their children down in front the unsavoury snack and one filmed the result - a little boy gagging as he puts the sweet in his mouth.
The pudding from the Wilaiwan Dessert shop proved to much for the boy, who threw up almost immediately after eating it.