Angkor’s Last Outpost – Prasat Muang Sing

In the grasslands of the western Thailand frontier, no more than 20 kilometers from the Myanmar border, the farthest outpost of a fallen civilization still stands.  Its city walls hug the River Kwae and house a shrine to those bodhisattvas,… Continue Reading →

The 7 Tiered Waterfall – Erawan National Park, Thailand

The next morning, or early afternoon rather, on Christmas Eve, everyone began to awaken.  The plan today was Erawan, a national park near Kanchanaburi internationally known for it 7-level waterfall. Sarah was the only one who had been here before,… Continue Reading →

Thailand’s Western Frontier Town – Kanchanaburi

“Midnight! the outpost of advancing day! The frontier town and citadel of night!” – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow There are very few places I’ve been to that I would choose to return instead of looking to go somewhere new.  Kanchanaburi is… Continue Reading →

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