I can only guess that this is some sort of tea indigenous to Thailand, like Japan and their green tea called Sencha. Or Korea and their Ginseng tea. Whatever it is, I love the cup!
|Did you really make these?|
Because I can't even roll that tight.
|I think these are purple orchids.|
Not sure what they did with these.
In Hinduism, Ganesha is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles. He is also worshiped as the god of education, knowledge, wisdom and wealth.
This fountain is gorgeous and I love the Thai architecture and lights as the backdrop. This is almost like being there.
|She looks so lovely and refreshed here.|
I know the flight must have been a doozy!
Thai version of Mountain Dew. I would have guessed this one even if she hadn't given the hint.
Chelsey is enjoying the land, the people, and mostly the many animals she gets to hang out with in the village.
One of the things I enjoy most about seeing photos of different countries is their culture. The most captivating pictures are those taken unencumbered by traditional media coverage. It looks like they are grinding corn or something.
I guess they are shopping for and donating to kids in the local area.
|Making new friends in Thailand.|
|It's paint! No, she did not get this tattooed.|
|These fish eat the dead skin off your feet.|
They are getting pedicures, maybe?
I'm so happy to have her home. I will post more photos in part III of Chelsey's Loop Abroad trip to Thailand soon enough. Stay tuned!
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