Having lived in Japan and rented cars in England and New Zealand, I have driven on the left side of the road before. True, I occasionally turn on the windshield wipers to signal a turn, but as long as I repeat the mantra, "Keep to the left. keep to the left!" I am, generally speaking, OK. Nervous, but OK.
But driving in Thailand is a bit more challenging, especially in rural Thailand and even more so at night. For one thing, two-lane roads seem to be more than two lanes. It is normal and…Read more