Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreign

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Pingyao, China

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37 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. fgassette
    Oct 26, 2012 @ 09:17:04

    Beautiful entry. Thanks for the pingback.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

    Reply

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  5. Iñigo
    Oct 26, 2012 @ 10:16:00

    beautiful!

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  14. Terri at Time To Be Inspired
    Oct 26, 2012 @ 23:30:56

    Really love the photo from Chaing Mai!

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  29. danajoward
    Nov 01, 2012 @ 20:03:28

    I love the oriental architecture. Beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing :)

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  34. gourmandchic
    Nov 04, 2012 @ 01:32:29

    Trying to go to Chiang Mai end of this month! Any suggestions on where to go and what to see?

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    • smkelly8
      Nov 04, 2012 @ 07:24:03

      It’s beautiful and fun. Do the Cooking School, the original one. It’s listed in Lonely Planet. See plenty of wats, some have times when the novice monks are available to chat in English with visitors. That’s nice. There’s a nice flower market. Get the Nancy Chandler map, which should be easy to find in a gift shop. Nancy’s a long time expat in Thailand and her maps are brightly colored hand-drawn. They list places of interest, some little known gems. Get a massage. There’s a shop that offers one day jewelry making courses. I wish I had tried that.

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