Travel Photo Friday: Northern Thailand

March 27, 2009

Photos from our trip to Thailand in 2004. One of our favorite family trips. Truly an amazing country and a great place to travel with children. We spent one week in Phuket doing the beach thing (about a week before the tsunami hit) and another week and a half traveling in Northern Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos. These photos were taken on the drive between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. The first photo is of mushroom growing huts in the middle of recently harvested rice fields.
We brought medical supplies to several different hill tribe villages. Adam saw a couple of patients. Noah loved playing with all of the children (he was 20 months old). And I enjoyed meeting the residents and getting a glimpse into village life. A very meaningful and memorable part of our trip. Hope we can get back to Thailand again in the future.

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Corinne said...

My brother in law and his wife live in Thailand and LOVE IT!!

Chinazhoumom said...

What an amazing journey! The ladies are tiny!

Dawn said...

Amazing part of the world! Love those baby wearing moms/grandmas!
Thanks for sharing!
Love your Travel Photos!

globalgal said...

I can't wait to spend more time in Northern Thailand and Laos. We've made it to Chiang Mai so far, but there is so much more to see! Maybe later this year... Thanks for sharing the photos!

Lorraine said...

I like the depth and the tones of the rice field photo. It's such a peaceful shot. Thanks for sharing.

South of Rome said...

You brought to mind our memorable trip to the hilltribes, the sound of the local guide vomitting moonshine all night long! NICE ;)

I wonder if Nikki is still around?

Bev said...

Wow Lucia, you never cease to amaze me with all you have done/accomplished. I admire you. This looks like a wonderful trip.

Bev
www.angelcomehome.blogspot.com

Dominique said...

Mushroom growing huts? Fascinating stuff!

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