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Temple Stairs To Wat Koh Loy

Temple Stairs To Wat Koh Loy

These are the back stairs to Wat Koh Loy in Si Ratcha. It’s an island connected by a bridge to the mainland. I had no idea at the time of my visit that I was actually on an island or that this is a famous wat. What I didn’t know is that after walking up this cliffside stairs that if I had walked around I could have just walked in on a gentle incline. Instead, I took the mountain path…

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Chinese Shrine In Si Ratcha Thailand

Chinese Shrine In Si Ratcha Thailand

I finally went through and edited my stuff from Si Ratcha also spelled Sri Ratcha. Joys of the Thai language is there isn’t a standard Westernized way to translate it. You want some fun run Thai through Google translate and prepare to be baffled. So, going to Si Ratcha you will see signs saying Si Ratcha and Sri Ratcha, all official road signs. Hell, the road I live on spelled one way on one sign at the bottom of the…

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Shrine to Mazu in Sir Racha Thailand

Shrine to Mazu in Sir Racha Thailand

Mazu is a Chinese water goddess that has something to do with Buddhism as well. Thai Buddhism is a huge mix of Hindu and Chinese Buddhism. You can walk down a street and see an equally as loved shrined to Ganesh as you would to the Buddha. It’s Thailand, take logic and reason and throw it out the window. Enjoy.

It’s Hard To Work At Nothing All Day

It’s Hard To Work At Nothing All Day

This is another one from Sri Ratcha I took while baking slowly in the heat. They have a ton of tuktuk’s around the pier area. Where I live we don’t have them. Honestly, to be fair to the guy it was fairly early in the day and when these guys aren’t busy they tend to play on their phones. Enjoy! PS – Bonus points if you know where the title comes from.

Out Of The Shadows And Into The Light

Out Of The Shadows And Into The Light

This was taken at a temple on top of a mountain in Sri Ratcha, Thailand. Yes, it’s the same place where Sri Ratch sauce was named after. It’s about 40 minutes away from me by car. I didn’t see much of the place because it was soul burning hot that day and I was slowly melting. Enjoy.

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