A Monk walks in the middle of nowhere, I stopped and shared some water and bananas with him.
Sunset on the Mekong, Vientiane Laos.Even a jet ski looks good.
Monks in Laos.wade through the Mekong.
One of the many friendly people I met in the north. Fried Insects crickets, grasshoppers, silk worms, frogs....
Just floating around amongst hundred of thousands of lilies. As you move along Swallows continually fly across the front of the boat, maybe to get any insects scared out of hiding. There are lots of birds, Heron's, Egret's & Eagles. And many I don't know the name of.
On the road near Hat Yai. I think i packed too much for the bike on this trip.
A Monk in the garden of Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai.
A Monk cleans up around the Temple.
Young Monks in Nong Khai.
One of the lovely Hill Tribe ladies who made me a coffee one morning on the way to Pai. Its made from condensed milk and is so thick and sweet you can stand the spoon up in it.
A very interesting Monk I talked to for a while in Chiang Mai.
Red Lillies as far as the eye can see...Magical.
Young Monk, Vientiane Laos.
A lady with her baby at a shrine in Burma.
Big Billy at the Orphanage.
One of the carer's at the Orphanage. A very gentle man who is almost completely blind.
Sunset on Krabi beach.
Not fun on the bike, three days of rain.
One of the many accidents I saw on my trip but this one seems hard to explain. The Thais drive too fast and have no idea what to do when something goes wrong. Its not unusual to see them tailgating each other at speeds in excess of 150kph.