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Suanpalm Farmnok
7/30/2011 11:50 AM By  anonymous  

Suanpalm Farmnok (bird farm) has long been on my “must visit” list for a number of reasons, but mostly because after being owned by a couple parrots for the last ten years I’ve developed a keen interest in these fascinating creatures.


Palauan Island of Peleliu
7/23/2011 11:50 AM By  anonymous  

Tangie has become the authority on the island about Peleliu’s grim World War 2 history. He has collected countless artifacts of the battle and displays them in his very own museum.


Thomas Tweedel Goes To China
7/19/2011 2:09 PM By  anonymous  

Follow Tom Tweedel's trip through China (with my Fuji x100) as he send in daily updates over the next 4-5 weeks.


Bayon Cambodia 2
3/19/2011 7:00 PM By  anonymous  
The conservation and restoration work in the Bayon is completed and financed by the Japan government. JASA is the name of the organization.


Bang Chang
3/12/2011 7:00 PM By  anonymous  
The Thai authorities should be ashamed. This beach extend at least 10km’s that I could see and is full of garbage and if they’re dumping their garbage you can bet they’re dumping their sewage and the sea is toxic.


Bayon Cambodia
3/5/2011 7:00 PM By  anonymous  
Bayon site is unique, a special place like this was built for a king. King Gavaraman the seventh of the ancient kingdom of Cambodia, back when the kingdom was at its peak.


Eric Clapton Bangkok 2011
2/26/2011 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

Eric Clapton Bangkok 2011, Impact Arena. February 16th. This was my second Eric Clapton concert in Thailand, the first being his sold out concert in 2007.


Preah Vihear Temple
2/19/2011 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

Preah Vihear temple is currently an important national symbol in Cambodia and the subject of constant debate in the local news media. Recently there was a visit from the Cambodian Prime Minister who met with military commanders.


Train Market, MaeKlong Station
2/12/2011 7:00 PM By  anonymous  
I’m usually not really fond of Thai street markets, after all they’re a common sight anywhere in Thailand. But how many have a big locomotive coming right down through the center of it seven times a day? Fun!


Champasak, Vat Phou South Laos Part 2
2/5/2011 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

How did the Khmers do it? They used the local nature stones. Cut it to the size that they want. That was the 'basic material’ to create all the architectural elements.

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