So many jokes, so little time. What might have been funny in high school is now a tourist attraction – and a full-fledged eco-friendly business. Yes, there is indeed poo, and paper – and both are surprisingly
This is the festival to attend if you enjoy all the pictures of the pretty lanterns. Held at Mae Jo University north of Chiang Mai, it’s put on not by the local government, but a Buddhist organization called the Duang
So we’ve been to a few hell temples in our time in Thailand. They’re a fun, if somewhat gruesome, look at what awaits in the Buddhist afterlife if your sins demand. Wat Kai, however, gets a special nudge
Some random pictures from the Banpo Han River Park area, taken way back in the day.
Our last stop in Suphanburi, we knew the Dragon Descendants Museum (พิพิธภัณฑ์ลูกหลานพันธุ์มังกร) would be on the expensive side – what we didn’t know was how much there was around the museum to see for free. The colorful grounds
Thailand’s history with using animals as tourist attractions notwithstanding, Bangkok’s snake farm is perhaps one of the best places to get up close with the formerly legged. At the Bangkok Red Cross Institute (AKA the Queen Saovabha
OWG note: this post is rated NSFW for very graphic violence and copious amounts of nudity. PLEASE put the kids and the squeamish away for this one. Welcome to a special Halloween-themed post. I had no idea
If you’re just tuning into One Weird Globe, welcome – this here’s a doozy. Quite literally millions of fossilized oyster shells are here for your photographic pleasure. Meet Luang Por Thong Gleung Soontharo. Ordained as a monk in
The home of sword and weapon-making for hundreds of years, the Arunyik village is still the source for knives, machetes, and plenty of other traditional Thai weaponry. This was the village that made the weapons when
Wat Phrao (วัดพร้าว) is the latest in a long line of temples with more than meets the eye. It’s done in the Burmese style, and features enough flying foxes in the fox sanctuary to add some life.