This was taken at either Wat Phra Chetuphon, more commonly called Wat Po, or The Temple of The Dawn, Wat Arun.
There is an art to mounting an elephant.
My coach is five feet of pure ass-kicking! #Sor Vorapin #Muay Thai
Wooden elephants carved into The Sanctuary of Truth, Prasat Sut Ja-Tum.
A night on the town ended with me trying to ride a mechanical bull!
The Sanctuary of Truth, Prasat Sut Ja-Tum was created not from hubris but from goodness drawn from religion, philosophy & art.
Dance routines. #Alcazar Cabaret
The Sanctuary of Truth, Prasat Sut Ja-Tum was presents seven creators through carved wood sculptures. Heaven, Earth, Father, Mother, Moon, Sun & Stars.
Fun songs. #Alcazar Cabaret
This is what happens when large americans wear small asian shorts. #Sor Vorapin #Muay Thai
Low Ridwer bikes were on display at a car show near the MBK mall in Bangkok.
Excellent costumes! #Alcazar Cabaret
Part of the show at the elephant village.
Second only to the King, the number one symbol of Thailand is the venerable elephant.
To celebrate New Years 2004 I packed up and moved to Thailand! I spent what would be the winter holidays for most, in the tropical beach paradise of Pattaya. After a few days I’d found what would be my new home for more than a year.
I enrolled in a Thai cooking class to learn some of the local techniques.