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Posts Tagged "Dennis Thern"

New book out

New book out

Finally the book “Bangkok – 10 vandringar och utflykter” was released. It is all in Swedish, but hopefully there will be an English version as well. The book is about 10 walks and day trips in Bangkok.  It is an excellent book to complement any regular tourist book. Seasoned journalist and author Bertil Lintner has been living in Thailand since…

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Poverty in The Philippines on the rise

Poverty in The Philippines on the rise

The Philippines is the rising tiger economy of Asia. But only the rich people are going up and up. The poor falling behind again. The Philippines, with a 7.8 percent expansion of gross domestic product in the first quarter of 2013, has the fastest-growing economy in East Asia, surpassing even China’s. The country has a red-hot stock market, a strong…

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Bangkok Temples

Bangkok Temples

Bangkok Temples Most of the Buddhist temples of Bangkok, Thailand are very beautiful and interesting. The predominant religion of Thailand is Buddhism and so one will find great numbers of temples or Wats that bear the reflections of this religion. Some of the most important ones in Bangkok are listed below and these should feature in one’s itinerary. I will…

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Stockholm – Bangkok

Stockholm – Bangkok

Projects I keep on working on a few various projects here in Sweden at the moment. It is fun but tiring. And I also dig through my pictures from Cirec in Colombia. I will be featured in a new photo magazine soon so I really look forward to that. One of my multimedia projects will be released soon as well….

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Butterfly House – Fjärilshuset

Butterfly House – Fjärilshuset

For the first time I went to the Butterfly House (Fjärilshuset) in Stockholm. Mixed feelings. Great location in Hagaparken, with nice sorroundings. 110 sek in entrance fee seems normal for Stockholm. Nice friendly staff. But I would say rather low wow-feeling in general. Many glass cages were dirty. They also claim there are at least 700 butterflies in the dedicated…

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Twitter & more

Twitter & more

A lot of things going on. Some problems with the blog, but it should be fixed within a day or so. I can post from mobile unit (like this ipad) but not from my macbook. Anyway, you can now follow me on twitter @dennisthern More to come soon. Stayed tuned! Picture from Hong Kong

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Friday

Friday

This weekend is one the biggest holiday weekends in my homecountry Sweden. It is called Midsummer and we celebrate the lightest day of the year. I will not be able to celebrate this year for obvious reasons. But it will be a good weekend anyway. We have a lot of things planed which is great. Work is going good right…

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Sallad

Sallad

I was out working today. And I just started to feel really hungry a Greek sallad. I just love that sallad. When I am back in Miami in a few weeks I will for sure get another one.

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Road trip

Road trip

It has been another busy week here in Haiti. Yesterday was the longest one for this week. It was great. I really like the pine forest we walked through. In one direction we hired mules. It is a step walk and it is more comfortable somehow. An interesting thing in the south eastern part of Haiti, is that the faces…

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Miami

Miami

I like South Beach in Miami. There is a lot to do and see. There are also many restaurants to choose from. I had some good meetings and I did some work as well. I went to clean my cameras. Now off to Port-au-Prince for more work.

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Messy in Haiti

Messy in Haiti

It is nice to be back in Haiti. I bought some hardware and software the same day I left. I finally had time to try it out. I think I made some good decisions. I also came second in photo competition, I have a interesting deal on the way with a publisher, and some other stuff. Haiti is messy as…

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Bangkok – Haiti

Bangkok – Haiti

To travel from Bangkok, Thailand to Port-au-Prince takes about 40 hours. This time I flew Bangkok – LA – Miami – Port-au-Prince. The first leg is over 14 hours. Thanks to help from Thai Airways I got an upgrade to Business on that leg. That was nice. I was working most of the way, needed to fix some stuff. Now…

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