Thailand was great for clean toilets, easy transport, delicious food and amazing friendliness, but it certainly disappointed when it came to spotting examples of poor English (Thaiglish?). A few wrong spellings, but nothing like the hysterical stuff I see so regularly in China. My favourite however was this clothes shop [see photo]. It was full of cotton garments for sure, but not a green one in sight. Odd!
23/8/2010 05:07:47 am
Please tell Ava I wish I'd been there simply to fondle some natural fibres, which we hardly come across in China.
23/8/2010 06:15:51 am
There's some great new functionality in the Weebly "Banner" options. So yes, worth a look and a dabble!
26/8/2010 01:02:32 pm
I think it sounds better to name it "white cotton",hehe
14/9/2010 06:24:37 pm
maybe it is "green" cotton as in organic cotton. It does have that look about it.. Great blog, I don't know how u and LEAF have the energy for it, good work! xx
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Paul Hider lives and works in Kunming (SW China) and regularly updates this blog about his life there.
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