Tag Archives: Thailand

Bangkok and Beyond…

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

Here I am back in Bangkok. I had not planned to come back to the city again because I felt that I had “been there and done that” but my travel writer friend Barbara Weibel of the blog Hole in more »

Photo: Prayers at Wat Chet Yot

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

Wat Chet Yot is one of the oldest temple complexes in the area and it has many outdoor areas to pray. The original temple was built in 1455 and has a beautiful Indian flavor. The grounds have several old Chedi more »

Chiang Mai, Thailand my winter home…

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

This is my fourth winter coming to Chiang Mai and each year it feels more and more like my second home. I stay at the same apartment hotel “Smith Residence” each time and they always make sure that there is more »

Photo: Rickshaw drivers at the Chiang Mai Gate

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

At the Chiang Mai Gate market very early in the morning rickshaw driver gather. Their business is to take little old Thai ladies home from the market with their produce. Their only customers are the old ladies who are clinging more »

Photo: A Farang sings for his supper at the Sunday Night Market in Chiang Mai

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

Photo: Visiting Wat Pan Tao in Chiang Mai Thailand during the Lantern Festival

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

Chiang Mai Redux

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

To misquote Mark Twain ” Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated”. I am not dead just wintering in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and for not posting on my blog these past months …mea culpa, mea culpa. I was in more »

Photo: Elephant Nature Park, two elephants and a mahout

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

Photo:Elephant Nature Park: Elephants doing a photo op session for the tourist

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

I don’t know why it is that we often need visitors to arrive before we make the effort to go see some of the more intriguing and enjoyable attractions where we are living. And so it was for me, with more »