The name Maeklong Railway Market pretty much says it all; it’s a market at (and on) a railway station. When the train is due to leave, the market huddles to the sides, and as the train passes, the market reappears in a matter of seconds. It’s a pretty tight fit between folded up market stall and train, but it’s worth it.
We spent three days wandering around Angkor Wat and all the temples close by. Three days wasn’t enough.
A draining and emotionally laden day was spent at S-21, the Genocide Museum, and the Killing Fields outside of Phnom Penh. Not too many words to describe it really. Hard to grasp the scale, impossible to understand the motives, and a miracle the people recovered.
Bone fragments still surface after rain – the bottom right photo evident of this.
A ferry trip in Thailand – I forget where from and where to!
I fell in love with this tree at my friend’s house in Surat Thani, southern Thailand.
Chieo Lan Dam flooded a valley, creating a spectacular set of islands made up from hill and mountain tops.
We spent our last few days in Khanom, at the house of my friend’s brother, and strolling up and down the beach with our new friend.