are unique - funny, wierd n spontaneous too! Was going through some old family pics when I stumbled across this picture from our trip to Thailand. Today, it seems a wierd thing to do but it sure was a happy, fun moment - with my son thrilled to be behind the gun, my hubby behind... Continue Reading →
The Historic Bridge River Kwai – During WW II, Japan constructed the meter-gauge railway line from Ban Pong, Thailand to Thanbyuzayat, Burma. The line passing through the scenic Three Pagodas Pass runs for 250 miles. This is now known as the Death Railway. The railway line was meant to transport cargo daily to India, to back up their planned attack... Continue Reading →
Until we meet again on Becky's 'squares' ! Yes in January 2020!! Hope the picture has enough lines to do justice to the challenge.... I have really enjoyed this month’s square adventure with Becky! Thank you, so very much for being such a wonderful host...💖 Have a blessed year ahead...
For lines n squares! At tiger temple, Thailand. Varied textures here for CFFC Not a great idea to chain animals for our entertainment! Let them be free in their own space.... Have a great day!
#SpikySquares - 16 Natural bamboo cups, pineapple slices with spiky skin, cocktail umbrellas and straws - all colorful n spiky!! Killing us slowly, one straw at a time!! Our precious oceans and the wildlife within need urgent protection from the devastation throw-away plastic items can cause.The small plastic straw that we use with most of the beverages... Continue Reading →
@Travel Diaries A perfect family holiday destination! For me and many others, Thailand as a holiday destination, has always had a sex angle to it. So it was a big, quick no for a family trip. For me, Thailand was all about bars, bar girls, sex, erotic massages, cabarets.... In short a perfect destination... Continue Reading →
Weekly Photo Challenge: Four-Legged Friends #photoyogafourleggedfriends LIVE AND LET LIVE ... You may like - Keep Glowing! Trio delight!
The Historic Bridge River Kwai - During WW II, Japan constructed the meter-gauge railway line from Ban Pong, Thailand to Thanbyuzayat, Burma. The line passing through the scenic Three Pagodas Pass runs for 250 miles. This is now known as the Death Railway. The railway line was meant to transport cargo daily to India, to back up their... Continue Reading →
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Things People Drive / Ride We have fun during our adventure rides on these animals, but it's definitely not fun for these animals! These animals are generally exploited and their training process is very cruel, especially for the elephants! Time to think... Concrete in the way of nature… today’s reality!