27 March, 2013

Bangkok and other places.

Truer words were never spoken, in a Bangkok bathroom, at least.

Little bit of handmade yarn.

Little bit more.

Geez, I really liked this yarn.

Angkor Wat in the background, CRG in the foreground.
This is like an average temple.

Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious building, is covered with bas-reliefs. Covered.

Like all the Angkor temples, this is built by hand.

This temple is covered with the bas-relief detailed below.

This is over 1,000 years old.
I lived here for a week.

There are lot of dragon statues guarding temples in Thailand.

In Bangkok, this is the street that sells used engines.

In Laos, there are good places like this to read.

Also in Laos, sometimes you have to wait while construction crews finish the road you're driving along.
Once again, CRG in the foreground. (Back at Angkor, by Tha Prohm.)
Have that, 1,000-year-old Khmer temple. UN-believable.
In a Laos village.

A reasonable worldview.