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Morning Light Over the Saduak Damneon Floating Market
1/16/2010 9:43 PM By  anonymous  

I arrived right when the sun was coming up and observed life starting on the famous Saduak Damneon Floating Market. It literally came alive before my eyes..


Thailand International Hot Air Balloon Festival By Mike S.
1/9/2010 10:18 PM By  anonymous  

Mike brings us great coverage of the Thailand International Hot Air Balloon Festival, floating markets, wats, and even sunflower fields!!!


The Tradtional African Safari Part II
12/19/2009 1:54 PM By  anonymous  

This is the second part of Dr. Palazzolo's excellent "how-to" guide to an African Safari. If you're thinking about such a trip you must read this..


The Traditional African Safari Part I
12/12/2009 2:04 PM By  anonymous  

Dr. Palazzolo takes us step by step through the planning and execution of a memorable photographic safari through the African plains.


Chatuchuk (JJ Market) Market
12/5/2009 1:36 AM By  anonymous  

Guest writer Tom Tweedel takes us on another Thailand outing to JJ Market..


Revisted, Safe Haven Orphanage
11/28/2009 2:14 AM By  anonymous  

Safe Haven Orphanage will tug at your heart for months following a visit.. You'll find yourself wanting to do something for them, anything, because they need so much..


Revisted, Mae La Refugee Camp
11/21/2009 2:37 AM By  anonymous  

A life experience is certain with a single visit to Mae La refugee camp. An experience like you can't imagine exists less than a few hundred clicks from capitol of Bangkol..


Loy Krathong 2009 on the On-nut Khlong
11/14/2009 1:00 PM By  anonymous  

It was dark and except for the small dim running lights of the occasional sampan we were the only ones in the Khlong. Parties raged one each side of the khlong, but where we were it was silent and empty..


Autumn Visions
10/31/2009 1:48 PM By  anonymous  

Finding the traditional fall colors you might be used to in your home country, in Thailand, is challenging but it can be done..


Wat Pa Yiah, Chiang Rai
10/24/2009 3:06 PM By  anonymous  

Keeping track of the Emerald Buddha throughout the centuries has been difficult. The Emerald Buddha now resides at Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok but once hidden at Wat Pa Yiah..

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