Thirteen Days – day six

Our first day in Chiang Mai was pretty easy— just a walk around town, and of course some temples. Click through on any of the photos for larger versions.


Offered


Waiting for mail


Shutters


Charmed


Peace


Elephant and Temple


Dragon bell


Established 1994


Tomorrow, we get out of town and up into the mountains.

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Bizarre Bazaar 09.12.26

Maternity gift fail:

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Bizarre Bazaar 09.12.25

Forgiveness to let, 50 cents:

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Bizarre Bazaar 09.12.24

Since when has spelling mattered?

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Thirteen Days – day five

Day five was the 12-hour day train to Chiang Mai, and it was probably my favourite day of the entire trip. I love long train journeys, and I love the opportunity to see something outside the big cities.

I think these are all pretty self-explanatory— click through on any of the photos for larger versions.

Car Two


Family


Monkeys in the streets!


Endless


Retired


Flock


By the railroad


In shadow


For relaxing


Coming soon: Chiang Mai, my way.

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Bizarre Bazaar 09.12.23

Hey, don’t judge:

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Thirteen Days – day four

[Click through on any of the photos for larger versions]

Skytrain

Skytrain. Pretty snazzy.


Wat Kalayanamitr

Nothing more relaxing than a boat trip along the river.


Wat Arun

Wat Arun, probably one of the most famous landmarks in Bangkok.


Thailand

Street scenes are still my favourite.


Street sign

Oh, and signs.


Tomorrow: the 12-hour day train to Chiang Mai.

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Bizarre Bazaar 09.12.22

The sports abilities of the squitte have long been known:

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Bizarre Bazaar 09.12.21

The nation where you might roll a seven or a nine:

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Bizarre Bazaar 09.12.20

That’s what she said:

Please Use Me

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