A long-time writer, Terence Doyle has an extremely varied CV, ranging from teaching, PR work and manual labour – as a greenskeeper – to travel journalism, script writing and acting.
Having travelled much of the world for both business and pleasure, he has settled in Thailand as his future home and is as keen to help others understand the seductive nuances of the country as he is to master its varied culture himself.
Thailand Love Talk follows on from his popular book Words of Love, which was written for a solely Western audience.
A New Life in the Philippines
When Terence first arrived in Asia in 2010, he told the many girls he met two things: that he had no plans to get married and that he did not intend to have any children.
He was in Asia merely to let his hair down.
Five years later he was happily married to a dazzling Filipina and father to an equally dazzling baby boy.
A Child @ 70 describes Terence’s radical transi
A Guide to the 37 Most Weird Foods...Waiting To Surprise You In Thailand
From Ant Eggs...To Water Bugs
Every visitor to Thailand is interested in the country’s ubiquitous bug carts. Those cute two wheel trolleys pushed along the night streets by smiling vendors selling – well, selling bugs. Their usual menu runs the gamut from grasshoppers to scorpions. But bugs as a gourmet treat are only the mos
(nur in Deutsch - kein Thai)
Das Land des Lächelns hat dem Besucher aus Übersee viele Attraktionen zu bieten, aber keine davon ist kraftvoller und erfährt überall in der Welt mehr Würdigung als das verführerische Lächeln der jungen Ladies, die in Thailands vielen Bars arbeiten.
ENGLISH only version
The Land of Smiles has many attractions to the overseas visitor, but none more powerful or better appreciated around the world than the alluring smiles of the young ladies working in its many bars.