These posts contain ‘sound-seeing’ experiences of various places, mainly Thailand. You can listen to the sounds of Thailand, sounds of Chiang Mai, and the sound of our cat going into labour here :-).
An audio compilation of sounds recorded whilst I lived in Thailand. This sound compilation contains radio clips, sounds recorded in our street, animal noises, music recorded at our local temple in Chiang Mai and lots more.
[Download MP3 | Add to iTunes | Subscribe to Podcasts] Listen to the extraordinary sounds of our Thai cat Pudsey going into labour.
[Download MP3 | Add to iTunes | Subscribe to Podcasts] It is coming to the end of the dry season, and Chiang Mai has just been subjected to several weeks of intense heat, hardly relieved at all this year by Songkran (the water festival). It has been so hot that I have started to find [...]
[Download MP3 | Add to iTunes | Subscribe to Podcasts] This was recorded in our street in Chiang Mai, Thailand at about 6pm on a weekday night – in early April. Every night the cicadas start screeching at about the same time, and in the background (if you listen carefully) you can hear the sounds [...]
[Download MP3 | Add to iTunes | Subscribe to Podcasts] I finished my month long CELTA course last weekend and decided to go and lie by the Lotus hotel pool at Kad Suan Kaew shopping center in Chiang Mai. I had intended to sleep and wind down after a hugely stressful month. Mr & Mrs [...]
[Download MP3 | Add to iTunes | Subscribe to Podcasts] This was recorded at around 7.30pm on a weekday night at our local vegetarian restaurant on Suthep Road in Chiang Mai. I popped to the restaurant and had a Khao Soi – one of the traditional northern Thai ‘curry’ dishes. Dinner cost 25THB (about $0.60) [...]
[Download MP3 | Add to iTunes | Subscribe to Podcasts] Ob Khan national park is one of our favourite local getaways. It’s about 30km South of Chiang Mai, and takes between 45 minutes and an hour to reach by motorbike. It’s a great spot for a picnic, or simply to cool off on a hot [...]
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