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The Eightfold Path Underground – the Forest Tunnels of Wat Umong

“With each day passing, what have you been doing?” – Buddha quote at Wat Umong At the base of Doi Suthep is another temple that is unlike any others I have seen in Thailand.  Taking a left off of the… Continue Reading →

To the Mountaintop Temple: Wat Doi Suthep

“A willful man will have his way . . .” -sign on the path up Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep So it probably wasn’t the smartest idea to rent and ride a motorbike up a mountainside when I have never ridden… Continue Reading →

Chiang Mai Walks in Pictures

The best way to scope out a new city?  Walk it.  And all the better if you can make it an arbitrary path. Chiang Mai has an interesting design.  The center, old city is a large square, surrounded by a… Continue Reading →

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