Alert: The demise of my geek website has been greatly exaggerated. After considerable deliberation and reflection, we've decided it was a good idea to keep my geek garage around for a little while longer. Check my blog for more details. -------------------------------------------------------------- Hi fellow geeks (meaning my three friends who follow my blog, you know who … Continue reading Geek Garage is Closing it’s Doors. Let the Tech Detox Begin.
Just out and about with the family yesterday, picking out flowers at a nursery market in Chiang Mai (behind Tesco near JJ market), and realized that there were great photo opportunities here without having to go to a formal garden! Here's a photo of a water lilly, in a beautiful nursery. Amazing what you can … Continue reading Nokia N8 Photo of the Day: Water Lilly in Thailand
Spotted this 1970s(?) era Ford capri, in mint condition. Now that I own a classic car here in Thailand, I'm now noticing many well kept older model cars. Very impressive!
Well, we tried to survive in Thailand with only our Honda Click motorbike (scooter), but necessity dictated that we either rent or buy a car for daily use. We rented an old red corolla (circa 1995) for a month, 5 spd, manual everything, including steering. After renting for one month, we made the decision to … Continue reading Exclusive Photos of the Official GotPassport Family Car!
Saw a line up of Peugeot vehicles outside an auto show exhibit in chiang mai. This particular car/thing stood out to me. One of the most utilitarian designs I've seen in awhile, since the Honda Element. It's not mini van sized, but smaller and I can see small businesses using it, or families.Looks very practical, … Continue reading Wheels photo of the day: a Box from Peugeot
Spotted this tuk tuk in Chiang Mai that appears to be under rehab. Photo taken on Nokia N8.