Similar to the clever use of the Thai typography for a washing powder called "Breeze", which will read like USA or Usa for foreigners, I tried to come up with something similar, based on the characters u,s,a,n,w,o,b,v,i,l and y, which are about the only letters which have a more or less readable Latin script equivalent in Thai.
So far I came up with the following short sentence only.
Any puzzlers who'd like to create their own 'Thaipography'?
More info about the Thai script you will find here and one of the many anagram generators here.
In 2009 I decided to radically change my life in the Netherlands and become what I call an I-nomad or information technology driven nomad.
I gave up all belongings besides easy to carry luggage with bare essentials.
I-nomads usually live in guesthouses or hotels, being able to move anywhere at any time they choose. What's the point you may wonder; the answer for me is simple: feel free, feel happy. This is a personal perception, since most people will experience happiness in a more conventional setting.
My life style is often being referred to as Perpetual / Permanent Traveler / Tourist, which is.....is, OK is fine with me. I-nomads are mostly in possession of a laptop, netbook or alike to manage the necessary income derived from royalties, web-publishing, financial investments or similar means which can be controlled remotely to maintain their self-imposed lifestyle budget.
Currently I am traveling through South-East Asia and since more than two years together with my companion and fiancee Polly.
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