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Cantina Wine Bar & Italian Restaurant [review]

Not too long ago I went to Cantina Wine Bar & Italian Restaurant in order to broaden my horizon and continue my journey on finding the best pizza in Thailand. Here’s my quick recap of the dinner experience at Cantina. Location of Cantina Wine Bar & Italian Restaurant Cantina is, unlike its famous counterpart, not located on Mos Eisley, but close to Sanam Pao BTS (not Ari!) station in Bangkok. From there it should be just a rather quick walk or very short motorcycle taxi ride. You can also go there…

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Punrith Muay Thai Gym [review]

While on my muay thai journey I come across new muay thai gyms rather frequently. I don’t always give every single gym a try, but since Punrith Muay Thai Gym is located extremely close to my home turf I decided to give it a try. Here’s my impression. Atmosphere Punrith Muay Thai The atmosphere upon walking in is alright. I kind of like the old-school flair that combines some new equipment with lots of old-school stuff. The weight area is a bit fucked up, but not too bad, so that…

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Max Moo Ka Ta Bangkok [review]

Time for some good food! Whenever I thoughts like this pop into my head there are a few different food options coming to mind but, quite frankly, one of the most prevalent options usually is Moo Ka Ta. I don’t always give in to that urge as it is, obviously, not the healthiest of options, but a very satisfying one once you go for it. More or less by chance I now came across a Moo Ka Ta place around my home turf of Saphan Kwai (BTS stop between Ari…

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GajaPuri Resort & Spa Koh Chang, Thailand [review]

When thinking about getting away from busy Bangkok for a few days, Koh Chang is very often the island of choice for locals and tourists alike. And there’s a good reason for it. It’s not as close as Koh Samed or Koh Larn and therefore doesn’t see as many weekend trips and, even though it’s famous, still somewhat manages to maintain the ‘cool island’ vibe. If you’re also thinking about heading to Koh Chang, here’s my review of GajaPuri Resort & Spa, a more upscale, yet affordable place to stay and…

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Chef’s Secret – Healthy Food Delivery Review

As you probably read by now, I’m on the quest to live more healthy which also relates to finding better, healthier food. As my kitchen is a joke / non existent, I am trying healthy food delivery options right now. This time, Chef’s secret. And this review will be different to all the other ones because…you’ll see. Taste of Chef’s Secret Food Good. Can’t complain about that. It tastes totally fine. Delivery, Freshness, et al They delivered on time. And it arrived partly frozen in those small plastic bags as…

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Top 10 Thailand articles on for 2017

It’s the time of the year where everybody looks back on what happened, what did we achieve and what are we (not so) proud of. The same goes for of course and in this wake I took a look at the Top 10 most read posts on in 2017. Here we go. 6 best dating apps for Thailand It seems like there are still lots of single hearts out there looking for their soulmate (what else would you want to find on a dating app, right?). That’s probably…

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German Restaurant “Ratsstube” [review]

Very few times per year I end up in a German restaurant here in Bangkok. Usually around Christmas or when friends want to try some “real German food”. This time I decided not to go to my usual feeding grounds but rather try a new place. The “Ratsstube” close to the Goethe Institute around Sathorn Soi 1. Here’s my review. Atmosphere The atmosphere at Ratsstube is a bit weird. Kinda German, not really though. Contemporary Thai ‘art’ pictures on the walls, big hall-like seating area which makes it rather noisy…

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A Geek in Thailand – Book Review

Usually I’m not the biggest of readers when it comes to travel books as I rather experience things by myself. This however gives me some background knowledge when it comes to books covering places I spent lots of time at. So when I got approached to review this book I figured I could give it a try as I’ve been living here for a long time and probably have seen almost everything. The Synopsis of “A Geek in Thailand” reads as follows: A Geek in Thailand is a light-hearted but perceptive…

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Foo Fighters Live in Bangkok 2017 Review

Concert review time with the most anticipated concert of all (for me!) in a year that is stacked with super stars heading here to the City of Angels. I’ve been a foo fighter fan ever since “Big Me” (takes out a Mentos Footos) back in 1996 which means I am, in Dave Grohl’s own words, an old mother****er. Thanks, Dave, glad to see you as well. The Foo Fighters have been one of two bands on top of my bucket list of bands I wanted to see live at least…

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Off Topic: Atypical – TV Show review

Over the past fews days I did lots of work from home (supposedly in holidays, ha, work always finds you!) and as I hate complete silence I decided to watch something while working on my computer. I started with some Arrow episodes but while the action is nice the plot wholes often times are just too much to enjoy it, even as a background noise. Therefore I looked for something else and, by coincidence, stumbled upon Atypical. IMDB describes the show as follows: Sam, an 18-year-old on the autism spectrum,…

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