Beautiful Thai Women

It’s been a little too serious around here lately so it’s time to lighten it up a bit. Thailand is indeed a beautiful country and Thailand’s women are amongst the most beautiful women in the world. Sexy, exotic and they have the most amazing smiles. It’s easy to get lost in all the beauty Thailand has to offer.

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    8 thoughts on “Giving Alms in Vientiane, Laos

    1. Great pictures Tim, and well done on getting up so early. I miss my trips to Vientiane. I was there about a year ago and there seemed to be a lot of building going on.

    2. Very nice pictures indeed and a nice video. I was luck enough to see the early morning alms giving in Luang Prabang last year. That was very spectacular, with literally hundreds of monks winding their way along the main street of the beautiful little town, with its French colonial style architecture and its beautiful temples.

    3. Talen great shots of the alms giving. Its something I still find fascinating here.

      Luckily I can sit outside and watch the monks any morning I chose.

      Its always interesting to watch my neighbours and the different way men and women approach the monks.

    4. Vientiane, a tale of a hard kip and a sackful of kip. As the others have said, great photos, I especially like the top one. The look on the face of the furthest monk is great.

      The street paths look a lot better than some of the ones I’ve seen in Udon Thani.

      Nice to read you’re enjoying your ‘retirement’.

    5. Apologies for coming in late Talen, I’m totally swamped with all this coming and going.

      Your top photo is absolutely fabulous. And it came across on my iPhone just as impressive! You must be enjoying that new camera you brought to Thailand (I’m certainly enjoying what you are doing with it).

    6. It’s not the Doll Museum is it? Hehhh… Let’s see, in my area (besides the Doll Museum) there is the Cabbage Palace (I have a post coming soon – it’s an amazing place).

      And I guess it depends on what you are calling my area. The Teak Palace is to die for (but a bit further out). I haven’t been to the connecting buildings housing the King’s photography so those are on my list next year.

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