SIAMESE SALLY ( Harry in Thailand )
This is a traveller’s tale with a big difference. Low on culture, high on hedonism, it offers an irreverent and, hopefully, amusing slant on South East Asia, as seen through the eyes of the writer.
The author is an unattached, fifty-something Lancastrian. A free-lance translator and traveller, he has been based in the Canaries for more than two decades. A beer-drinking sports fanatic, he is an avid follower of Liverpool FC and a despairing aficionado of English cricket.
This is a bona-fide account of the author´s car journey around Thailand, September and October 2002, and January through February 2003. All incidents and events related therein are true. If a little poetic licence creeps in every now and again, it is the writer´s privilege.
Read, believe and enjoy!