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Monthly archives for April, 2015

The Loose Ends of an Era (Part 2)

The Loose Ends of an Era (Part 2)
Floating Muslim village in Pha Nga Bay, Thailand For busy roads and highways in Thailand there are stairs on either side leading up to footbridges for pedestrians to cross. We are on one. It’s about 7:25 a.m. and the relentless sun is already burning me through the morning haze of Lopburi. I’ve showered and shaved and put on my fancy teachin [...]

The Loose Ends of an Era (Part 1)

The Loose Ends of an Era (Part 1)
This seemed like the best way of encapsulating what it’s been like the last couple months. I chose nine different scenes to focus on. Some are broken into multiple parts and scattered around, and some only contain one segment. Nothing is really in order, including pictures. ҉ I’m wedged into a small seat on a little orange bus somewh [...]