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25 November 2010


Loy Krathong, the festival celebrating the Thai people’s close connection with water, is said to be celebrated best in Sukhothai and Chiang Mai – we were lucky enough to coincide our travel with the last night of the festival in both places.

2 Responses to “Festivities”

  1. Nessa says:

    Wonderful pics!!

    Tim reminded me we went to a restaurant called Sukhothai with you for one of our monthly meals…. think it was the one in Putney.

    • shortclaws says:

      Well remembered! I think it was in Fulham in fact, and definitely had a proper Thai vibe – all the food came at once and our table was way too small to contain every dish. Really enjoying the actual vibe of Thailand though! Glad the photos are liked.

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