A Thousand tastes of Thailand

Little monk in training strolling an alley in Chiang Mai.

Little monk in training on his way back to the Monastery in Chiang Mai.

Eve downpour in Bangkok's China town.

Eve downpour in Bangkok’s China town.

Fried Water Bugs and Silk worms at the Sunday Market.

Fried giant water bugs and Silk worms at the Sunday Market.

What happens in Cowboy 2... certainly doesn't stay in Cowboy 2.

What happens in Soi Cowboy … certainly doesn’t stay in Soi Cowboy.

Bananas for sale, 2 baht a piece.

The Best Bananas money can buy you at the floating market in Bangkok

Relaxing amidst a potential storm in Southern Thailand.

Relaxing on the beach amidst a brewing storm.

When it rains.. it pours and business carries on in China Town in Bangkok.

Engaged in black bean dumpling dessert and conversation

The hustle bustle and bright lights of Khao San Roads night life.

Bright lights all night on Khao San Road

Exploring the Islands...

Exploring Koh Phangan

Taking a stroll in Northern Thailands Hippy Town Pai.

Taking a stroll up North in Hippy Town, Pai.

Sales aren't floating grandmas boat.

Business isn’t floating Grandma’s boat today..

Winding down after a day of diving in Koh Tao.

Winding down after a day of diving in Ko Tao

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2 Responses to “A Thousand tastes of Thailand”

  1. Reblogged this on BALSILLIE & ASSOCIATES.

  2. Very interesting photos of a world so far from Canada and me. It is always so interesting to see how people in other parts of the world live. I especially ry first picture of the monk. Hope that you are learning a lot and enjoying yourself immensely!! Mari

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