It’s been almost a week since our arrival from our amazing two-week trip to Thailand. My good friend Tommy got married (Congrats!) and we decided to make a vacation out of it. Traveling with me was my wife and my mom who I’m especially proud of for keeping up with us. I’d like to say a special thanks to Bam’s family for their generous hospitality that made our visit to Thailand truly memorable. In two weeks we were able to visit Bangkok, Koh Samui, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, and spend a half an hour in Laos.
I will be posting several galleries to showcase some of the photos taken during our trip. For those of you that are interested, these photos were taken with the new Fujifilm X10 camera. As some of you already know, I prefer not to take my heavy equipment with me while I travel. I’m quite happy with the X10 so far despite some of the quirks it has. Most of these photos didn’t require too much processing. There was a series where I accidentally left the ISO at 2500.
Waiting to “Bored” @ Incheon Airport, Korea.
Arriving at BKK – Bangkok, Thailand.
Bangkok’s Colorful Traffic.
Taking It Easy.
We found these delicious Northern Thailand-style sausages.
GUTS is gutsy to stop traffic for you.
I’ve never seen these in U.S. so they caught my eye while I was at a 7Eleven. Still wanna smoke?
One thing we love about Asian countries is that there are street food vendors everywhere. We miss it already.
I’ve never seen or had dragon fruit before. It is very good.
Wat Pho – No kidding, that’s what it’s really called.
Can’t have a gallery of Thailand without a TukTuk.
Wat Phra Kaew at the Grand Palace
This is a scale model of Angkor Wat.
A more colorful shot of Bangkok’s traffic.
Trying the squid on a stick at Chatuchak (JJ) Market.
Showing off his iced coffee flair skills.