If you’ve ever seen the movie ‘The Beach”, then the title is pretty much self-explanatory. If there’s the slightest possibility that you haven’t ( shame on you !) well, simply put it’s a famous beach in Thailand and for a reason.:...
The idea of starting this charity was born in 1992 by British and Swedish born circus performers, Mr & Mrs Eddie & Charlotte Haworth when they were running their UK circus skill training workshops for disadvantaged kids in Liverpool, England.
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Travelling doesn't have to cost the earth, find out how to travel sustainably for less than $30 a day with Charlie on Travel.
Charlie and her boyfriend Luke are eco-conscious travellers who travel the world on a small budget. They've just come...
Charlie Marchant (Charlie on Travel)
The miniature gardens are garden that is beautifully arranged in a small container or tray with high artistic and designing skills. The miniature garden or a tray garden is a green solution to those who live in the urban area with...
I work as a Reef Conservation Instructor and Sculptor in Thailand and wanted to show off my very first piece. It took me 4 months to construct and nearly killed me several times before finally finding it's home 5m under the...
Deep in the Thai forest ( or more like an hour away from Chiang Mai ), lies a very very special place. It's called Elephant Nature Park. There, the majority of its inhabitants roam around chainless, free, without pain or suffering.
Owls are some of the forests' most regal, mysterious and graceful models for wildlife photographers. These photos by Sompob Sasi-Smit, a photographer in Bangkok, Thailand, show the many different faces of these ferocious, silent hunters.
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“It was my first big production, so everything was great. Three months in Thailand, the people, the crew, the cast, everything.” Quoted by Lars Arentz-Hansen when asked what it was like filming The Beach featuring his character Bugs working along side.
Taking just a small step or moving a fraction between each frame, breathing outward slowly like a sniper might as we pressed on the shutter button. Ensuring that each photograph maintained the same central target point as we rotated around a...
Eight Miles from Home (Jmayel Sacha El-haj)