David Parsley is a British Pensioner, whose life history has covered two divorces (one from a Thai marriage) and being scammed out of his savings. Fortunately, he is not a misogynist who hates anyone with money. Rather, he has learned positive lessons from his experience. He is a new man, in many ways superior to the man he used to be. Although admittedly some people will always scoff at the enthusiasm of a pensioner who feels as if his life is just beginning. Not many years ago it would be considered a form of insanity. Thailand has been an inspiration and spiritual fulfilment for him since 1987. It is now his passion and goal in life to emigrate there. This is not an impossible dream. As he starts to publish, the reality comes closer. Writing about Thailand as a surrealistic experience allows him use his knowledge and understanding of the country, having eventually managed to live there continuously for 3 ½ years.
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Secrets of the English eX-pat
Brings realities of the 50’s into the context of current times haunted by nebulous visions of a weird but exciting future. Thailand absorbs all this and takes a lead in the modern world. This is not about the old British Raj, at tea parties with gin and tonic.International travel is now cheap and popular. People want to learn about and experience other regions of the world – especially the young.
The Angels of Bangkok
All that passes through the allegedly mindless mind of the drunken tourist as he rambles from bar to bar. His reactions, thoughts and conversations. It is normally not polite to laugh at a drunk person, but you can laugh at this one as much as you like! (You may also notice what has caused this unedifying behaviour.)
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