Katherine Connor of Boon Lott's Elephant Sanctuary - Why I do what I do to help the elephants Anyone who wishes to get involved by helping to sponsor our trip, please click on the donate button below. All proceeds will... read more »
This is what I read this morning while shopping for travel gear suitable for our upcoming Thailand trip. One of my favorite affiliate travel vendors, Walkabout Travel Gear LLC sells a nice cooling fan that you wear around your neck... read more »
Deep in the jungle of Thailand lies a magical place filled with love, compassion, and a special understanding for the survival of elephants. Boon Lott's Elephant Sanctuary, or "BLES" for simplicity sake, provides a safe haven for elephants to live... read more »
I received this one of two postcard that Genefaith, a fellow postcard collector ,as my winning prize when she had a small give away in her blog. I really like this one because it is very colorful and for me,colorful means the beauty of life. read more »
We spent the latter half of our 4th and last day in Bangkok at the Grand Palace.
Grand Palace Entrance
It was grand indeed! :) Thearchitecturewas amazing. The place was dazzling with gold and colored stones.
That must be heavy huh?
With the golden body guards
Even the gallery has a touch of gold. It sparkles!
It was very hot day to wear jeans but one must wear appropriate attire - no shorts, skirts, nor sleeveless clothes are allowed. Those not properly dressed can queue at the entrance to b... read more »
Traveling to Asian country is quiet exciting. Im from the Philippines and most of the tourist foreign and locals always have something to say about the country. Ive been back and forth my home country this past couple of years so I guess its time to explore the other Asian country like Thailand. Thailand have [...] read more »
Very last day finally came and that made me felt a little bit sad. Time was flying during my 1 week holiday in Thailand. The driver picked us at hotel at 11 am and we went to airport rightaway. Phuket airport is small, but they have some gifts shops, restaurants and coffee places. There is an internet cafe, but it's expensive. I don't remember exactly how much it cost, I think it was about THB 100-150 per 15 minutes. The duty free wasn't big but packed.
Phuket international airport . After wanderi... read more »
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is one of the famous floating markets in Thailand.
Going to the Floating Market via BoatInitially, I wasn't that interested in going there. It was only Mich who really wanted to go. Good thing we went anyway, because looking back, I enjoyed the tour.
Mich and I before the start of the market tourIt's a nice way of experiencing the traditional market of the Thai - on a boat.
Most of the items seem to be overpriced, except for this one.
I had a great time taking in ... read more »
I got this postcard from Germany with ID# DE-946477 and I knew that the postcard itself was not any view in GErmany. Well, if you are familiar with this statue, Im sure you know that you cant find it anywhere there, but the sender told me that he bought the postcard when they visited Thailand [...] read more »
Another nice postcard I got today from another friend who also live in Thailand, GeneFaith of Away From Home. Loy Krathong is the most colorful festival held on the full moon of the 12 lunar month (usually November). This is a festival to pay respects to the Mother Of Water to ask for forgiveness for polluting the water in the past. Loy means to float and krathong is a kind of bowl. And this colorful postcard was also stamped with [...] read more »