Hi guys! I am back from Spain. I will share a post on this later, but first I would like to show you some more Thailand pictures. I visited the floating markets of Damnoen Saduak and Kanchanaburi where the ‘bridge over the River Kwai’ and part of the Birma railway are located. It was impressive to stand there, realizing the horror and pain the railway and everything connected to it had caused in World War II. Especially since my great grand father has worked on the same railroad as well…

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Thailand 38 boat
Thailand 39 floating market coconut pancakes
Thailand 40 floating market
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Thailand 44 floating market
Thailand 45 bridge over the river kwai
Thailand 46 bridge over the river kwai
Thailand 48 bridge over the river kwai
Thailand 45 birma railway
Thailand 46 flower
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    The Ponycats

    August 25, 2011 at 03:05

    Thailand is very high on my travel wishlist, it looks like a fascinating country with such a rich culture!
    I want to try one of those coconut pancakes too!!!
    You look very pretty in these pictures (I’m assuming that is you).
    Thank you for visiting ponycat, have a lovely day (:
    -Sandra Ponycat

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    Juniper Grace

    August 25, 2011 at 04:08

    Hey! thanks for stopping by my blog! Katie is AWESOME! I just want her to blog every day… every day! I LOVE your photos! This post makes me want to visit Thailand so so much!

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    zizi bloom

    August 25, 2011 at 12:31

    thank you for your comment sweetie!
    what a nice blog!
    let’s follow each other if you want!

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    Juniper Grace

    August 25, 2011 at 19:21

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    August 29, 2011 at 02:04

    This makes me want to go to Thailand so badly!! Also, that’s an amazing dress.

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    Magical Day Dream

    August 31, 2011 at 09:12

    @ The ponycats: I tasted the coconut pancakes, and they were delicious!

    @ Junniper Grace: I know right? I think it is great when people turn everyday life into an adventure

    @Zizi Bloom: Thanks! I saw you had quite the vintage find.. :)

    @ Cassidy: Thanks! I bought it in a vintage store here in town. I think they got it from France.


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