In the third edition of sister’s Asian photos: people, symbols and inscriptions that sometimes coincidentally mean more than they say. Or is it a coincidence?
Sister’s Facebook handle translated means “There are no coincidences” and if you look closely you see that she is right. And she does, look closely. Thank you so much for these, it feels like travelling with you.
Klu in Asia 1: Aerial views and nature.
Klu in Asia 2: Temples and Buddhas.
Klu in Asia 4: Thursday Doors.
The ceiling of Patuxai Arch, Vientiane, Laos.
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Elephant Crossing Hotel. Vang Vieng, Laos.
No need to look very closely for this. Vang Vieng.
Usually one of the most vividly dressed people were in mourning for their king. BKK.
Khao San Road, BKK.
“Can’t get lost if you don’t care where you are.” Chiang Mai.
“Do not go up here.” Vientiane.
“Sperm low? Pain Belief? Italy??” Chiang Mai.
Eeee! Mr. Bean on the streets of BKK.
Results of cooking class in Chiang Mai: sticky rice with coconut, papaya salad, tom yum soup. (“It was yum indeed”, she said.)
Latte at Oman airport.
Tuscany is where you find it. BKK.
Something for everyone in Vang Vieng, including Italians or “tifosi”.
When in Bangkok…visit Ikea. “Kakor” means “like” in Slovenian. Something like chocolate, then.
Time travel in Vientiane (check out the year!).
Joy cafe in Chiang Mai. (Radost = joy in Slovenian.)
Vientiane (Her initials).
Beautiful name of a beauty shop and barber in Chiang Mai. (Her name.)
Coincidence? Chiang Mai.
Photo: © klu