Four hours from Bangkok to Taipei and then another twelve hours from Taipei to LAX. My 12 days in Thailand are now over and I am left with loads of great memories and much more to write about. Unfortunately, I did not have much chance to write about the Isan area, the northeast section of Thailand bordering Cambodia and Laos, while I was there so I will be catching up over the next week.
But with Thailand still fresh in my mind, here are a few random images that are still swirling.
Four kids on a moped, no one is wearing a helmet and the youngest is doing the steering on a crowded road in Bangkok
Water buffalo lounging on the side of the road outside of Surin
Villages on stilts jutting out into the ocean near Khao Lak
Pad Thai for every meal (not on purpose)
The patrol boat that landed two kilometers on land after the Tsunami at Khao Lak
During the blackout at the Suan Lum Night Bazaar
Monks and Buddhism
With this in mind, I now have some videos to cut, and more stories to write about Thailand only here on ITKT.