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At the end of Thailand’s Death Railway, the plains carved out by the numerous rivers give way to the ranges of mountains which have historically stood as the barrier between Myanmar and Thailand. I ended up here a few occasions, this time paralleling the railway with a motorcycle in search of an enigmatic mountain temple I had once seen in the distance.
And while there were no signs of it on this day, I settled into a hotel in the town of Nam Tok for $8. A small ride toward the Kwae Noi River brought this abandoned housing development into view. In the background the sun was just falling behind the mountains, giving me the chance for a good shot.
Enjoying a drink further down by the river as the sky turned into a deep purple, I soon called it a night and continued the seach the next day.
Jean, thanks. It was nice to take a look at your site. I look forward to reading it in the future.
Good one 🙂
I had a look at yours as well. Some nice looking destinations I’ll have to look into more.
Thanks for commenting.