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Pinklao

The Bangkok Days: Loi Krathong at the Rama VIII Bridge

Loi Krathong is a holiday I missed the best parts of in my first year in Thailand, having been on the train to Chiang Mai.  This year, it simply fell on a weeknight.  A few coworkers and I made the… Continue Reading →

The Bangkok Days: My Morning Commute – Path Two

A follow up to My Morning Commute – Path One, which I posted quite a while ago.  This photo essay follows the quieter path of winding through the alleys and side neighborhoods of Pinklao on my way to the van… Continue Reading →

Phoneography Challenge: My Neighborhood

So I recently discovered that I could access the rooftop of my building.  Although it takes sneaking up two flights of access stars and then onto a raised helipad to get there. Sunset makes a nice time to watch out… Continue Reading →

My Morning Commute – Path One

Inspired by last week’s Weekly Reblog, I also set out with a camera one morning this week to atttempt to document my own walk through the Pinklao neighborhood of Bangkok.  Any given morning, I have the option of 2 ways… Continue Reading →

Travel Theme: Transportation

Every morning, I take one of two paths to my ride to work.  The first is a calm walk through a zigzag of alleyways.  This feels like a small neighborhood tucked away into the city.  These alleys close in so… Continue Reading →

Weekly Reblog #1: Greetings from Boromrachachonnanee Road!

  Greetings from Boromrachachonnanee Road! | the moon or a hot air balloon “…At least, I think that’s where I live… I had one of the Thai teachers at school call my landlady (“The Boss”) to translate my address into English… Continue Reading →

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