Chiang Mai has more than 300 temple to explore. This post is not supposed to be a guide to temple spotting but a place to put some of the hundreds of photos we took in and around temples during the couple of months we spent more »
Vientiane is unlike any capital city we’ve ever visited. It is very compact and boasts a population of less than a million. It is choc-a-block full of Buddhist temples and has so many new luxury cars on the roads that it is very hard to more »
Henry was unsure about making the journey from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. “Is it just a load of old temples? Really?” I had been reading about the ruins of Angkor Wat and the many surrounding ancient temples and the use of superlatives had got more »
Well, firstly, I’m annoyed that an enormous post covering loads of what we got up to in Bangkok was lost by Blogsy, the app I use to write this blog on the iPad. I’ve emailed the developers and there seems to be no way of more »
One day near the end of our stay in Bangkok I left Henry to get on with some work and went on a day out by myself. There were two major temples we had not seen so I resolved to put that right and visit, more »
Feeling that we perhaps needed to see a little more of Thailand than just the brilliant Bangkok Henry and I ventured off to the ancient city of Ayutthaya for a few days. It was once the capital of Thailand and is now famed for its more »
Disable these demo widgets by adding your own widgets or from `Customizer > Layout Options > Miscellaneous > Disable demo widgets`. You can also disable the entire widgetized footer from `Customizer > Footer Options > Hide footer widgets area`.