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I would like to visit Thailand one day but not the part for European and American tourists with drugs and prostitution but the colorful land that you showed! Ola: You will love Thailand, I'm sure. Drugs and prostitution shouldn't be part of the tourist ring because other tourists only encounter them when they seek them. It is a colorful country and the people are hospitable. I guess since Ubon is too far away from the big city of Bangkok, people are less jaded from the whims of other tourists.
Thus, they're friendlier and more helpful. First time here; and loved to read about your Thailand visit.
Actually to be honest I had the time to only look at the pictures; will be back to read more soon. NRIGirl: Thanks for the nice words. It's an on-going "project" to get it done. I loved posting the chosen pics as they take me back to the places. Interesting post on Ubon Ratchathani. The architecture of the Buddhist temples is typical to this region.
The candle sculpture looks richly embellished in gold. Lady driver on the Songthaew, very unique! She couldn't speak English? Ramakrishnan: I think I did more than I was supposed too. But diligent planning - and a lot of stamina helped! Post a Comment. Without inconsequential circumstance, I arrived north east of Thailand, in a border region of Southern Isaan ; in its capital city called Ubon Ratchathani. Locals simply call it Ubon. It has a colorful historical past.
Ubon straddles what is called the Emerald Triangle a landlocked region where east Thailand, southwest Laos and north Cambodia meet. Ubon, for the backpacking populace, is mostly a transit city en route to south Laos, but I had moderately ambitious plans of acquainting myself with Ubon.