Thailand’s monarchy, politically powerful and hugely wealthy, is composed of an odd bunch of royals. They are nothing if not a visual spectacle of strangeness and some seem to delight is somewhat strange behavior. 226 more words
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This Easter, I think of renewal, and why I like taking photographs after a downpour. It’s a combination of a myriad of things: the smell of the hot earth after getting drenched (which they call petrichor), the world’s caesura broken by birdsong, the grass greener and springier, the wet earth giving back what it cannot absorb, those glistening raindrops precariously clinging on bruised blooms and tougher leaves, the butterflies staying completely still until their wings dry and they will flit unceasingly once more. 345 more words
As a backpacker, I tried to minimize my expenses by taking trains and walking nearby parks.
If you want to escape from a huge busy city, from my place at Hom Hostel and Cooking Club at Nana Square, I need to walk around 2 kilometers to reach Benjakitti Park. 157 more words
We were really lucky to be assigned in Thailand, especially in BKR School in August. It’s because there were so many events held by the school. 323 more words