I have been using WP SEO Supercharger and am generally satisfied with it. What it does is to create draft posts made up of past posts relative to Google searches, such as the one shown here. We’ve created a post http://xxxxxxxxxxx for search query living in khon kaen thailand Your page http://www.isaan-live.com/ ranked #1 on Google for this search query. I have deleted the link to the draft as it is not pertinent I can then go to the draft and either post as is, which I rarely do, or edit and schedule or post, or I can just delete it. I would say I probably delete about 50% of them as searches can be quite similar and I see no need to over repost posts. Another tool I have been using lately is Storify. I can use it to merge past posts of mine into a single post or I can search a topic and put it together in one post. Have a look…
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More Crimes Against Humanity in Thailand
my truck being towed after being run off the road (A reminder for old readers. This is from Tom’s Desk so click on the Title…Continue reading
Thailand’s Roads and Deaths a Look from Isaan
my truck being towed after being run off the road (A reminder for old readers.This is from Tom’s Desk so click on the Title to…Continue reading
Isaan,Isan, Northeast Thailand, Past and Present
Present in this case being nearly 13 years ago in this paper that was authored by Doctor Boonsom Yodmalee, of The Research Institute of Northeastern Art and Culture at M hasarakham University. I have…Continue reading
Bangkok versus Isaan, No Contest in Thailand.
almsround isaan Click on title to view entire story 5 days out of Isaan, and in Bangkok, for a 64 year old man who has…Continue reading
At 0900 hours on the 27th I board the Nakhon Phanom to Bangkok VIP coach in Sakon Nakhon. Arrival time in Bangkok is scheduled for 1900. I will probably de-bus at Rangsit and taxi to my friend’s house on Sukhumwit 31, have a couple beers and crash.
I have an appontment at the US Embassy at 0900 and a bunch of errands to run. If I complete everyting I will book a Nakhon Chai Air coach to Khon Kaen for Friday morning the 1st of March And back to Sakon Nakhon Saturday. And if all continues to go well will renew my visa for 1 year on Monday the 4th of March. And if anything comes up I have all sorts of contingencies set up and hope to be sorted by the end of the week
I had to go to Bangkok the other day and in the interest of gathering more information about public transportation in the region I travelled on the 99 or 999 VIP coach both ways. They have both VIP and First class service and there seems to be little difference in the two.
Going the coach departed the Sakon Nakhon Bus Station 2 at 1930 hours. I will post soon about public transportation in Sakon Nakhon. It seemed to take more time than usual to reach Kalasin and after that I slept most of the way. The coach is double deck, comfortable and the toilet worked. We arrived at Rangsit at about 0530 so 10 hours from start to finish not bad. It was about another 45 minutes to the Mor Chit Terminal. I have read somewhere that there is a shuttle bus to Mor Chit BTS but could find no sign of it.
Thank you for sharing your views about our appointment requirements. The change to a mandatory appointment system was required by the Department of State’s Office of the Inspector General to bring this post in line with world-wide practices. Embassy Bangkok was among the very last, if not the last, large post to make this change. Even if the change had not been required, providing walk in service was becoming increasingly unsatisfactory. The number of Americans living in and visiting Thailand is much larger now than it was seventeen years ago. The demand for emergency services has increased fourfold since 1996 and the growth in regular services has paralleled that. Our staff has more than doubled in that time. Walk in customers were often waiting two or three hours and our waiting room was quite crowded at times.
After a bowl of quaitiaow (noodle soup) it was up Highway 1 toSaraburi the up through Khao Yai and Pak Chong to Nakhon Ratchasima into Khon Kaen. The 300 and some kilometer trip tales 6 hours, but that includes getting out of Bangkok and into Khon Kaen, both jammed with slow, at best, moving traffic
On the Road Bangkok to Khaon Kaen, Thailand
It is odd not seeing monks in Bangkok and it is odd seeing monks in Bangkok. First there are no Buddhist temples in the ghettos of the wealthy and if there were would the people come out in the early morning hours to put food in the monks bowls? What food do they have to put in the bowls?
Buying Buddhism in Bangkok Thailand