I haven’t participated in one of these in a while but when I saw what the theme was this week over at WheresMyBackpack I couldn’t resist; statues.
Having spent the past 18 months or so in Thailand, I have taken a huge amount of photographs of statues at the many temples that I have visited. It’s almost obligatory when you visit a temple to take a picture of the statue even if that means that you end up with hundreds of very similar images of buddhas stacked up in your hard drive!
Here are some of my favourite statue images from the depths of my temple files.
Today is moving day!
As you are reading this T and I will probably be sat on a bus somewhere between Hat Yai and Phuket. While I’m house hunting and moving I’m not going to have much internet access so the blog may go a little quiet for a week or so. Just in case you’re wondering where I go…
I start the new job on 10th March so I am sure I will have LOADS to update you with. Stay tuned!
Only in Thailand would a school science show be presented by a camp Napolean/Dick Wittington and his saucy sailor assistant…
As part of our English camp, the Thai teachers thought it would be a good idea to wake the students up at 5.30am for morning exercise on the beach. One good part of this (…the only good part) was that we got to watch a spectacular sunrise from Samila beach.
I’ve just uploaded a video onto my Facebook page (I’m unable to upload directly to the blog without uploading to youtube first) of what can only be described as synchronised shouting – a few thousand synchronised shouters to be precise. Only in Asia could such a thing be achieved!
Head over to the Facebook page to check it out…