Back to Banglamphu
25 September 2015
I'm back in Bangkok, and planning to live here indefinitely, with Thailand as my home base. Of course, I'll continue to travel the world and write poems and stories about my experiences. I'll be posting more poems and travel stories in the coming months, and the coming years. I'm living in my favorite neighborhood again, Banglamphu, the oldest and most Bohemian part of Bangkok. It's full of history, and there are old temples, and many restaurants, cafes and clubs. There are always plenty of writers, artists and musicians from all over the world to meet here. It's also easy to find Buddhist meditation and yoga groups. (Check out littlebang.org for meditation in English). I'll be traveling in early October, first for one week in Tokyo, then for ten days in Chiang Mai. I recently attended the International Women's Buddhist Conference in Indonesia in June, and spent a week in Bali. I'll write more when I come back from Japan.