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Sukhothai - city of ancient temples

It’s easy to get sensory overload when you arrive in Thailand for the first time.  The spicy aroma of food hit me first, and before I’d even left the airport building.  133 more words



Longmen Grottoes, Luoyang, China


Ballooning and Biking in Bagan

Our week of cruising on the Irrawaddy River ended in the chill of a dark Saturday morning. By morning, I mean before the break of dawn. 1,082 more words


Buddhist hell gardens and camping with monks

As you work your way north from Pranburi there are many wats (Buddhist temples) along the way. Some are very small and tucked away, some a bit larger with a big colorful temple, and then there are the large ones that might freak you out. 1,497 more words


Hong Kong - December 2014

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Hong Kong!

It can’t be denied that we had high expectations of this city on beautiful Victoria Harbor! 1,918 more words

Bird Market

Travel Theme: Golden

Here in Asia, “golden” so often represents religious. Here are some Buddhist, Hindu and Greek Orthodox examples (for good measure)…

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Weekly Challenges

Travel Thai-aries - Buddhism > you're doing it wrong

First, as always dear reader, start here – please.

Thailand is a country of very many people. (ed Note: 66 million). Approximately 85% of these folks are Buddhist. 1,167 more words