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Lunar New Year x2: Bangkok and Luang Prabang

THAILAND | Thu, 18 Apr 2013 | By gsewake | Views [617]

Rewind to Thursday, 11 April 2013, one day before Lao Lunar New Year celebrations begin in Luang Prabang; we find some cheap tickets to Bangkok from Luang Prabang and jump on them. We leave on Monday. Friday the 12th we celebrate our monthly anniversary ... Read more >

Tags: bangkok, ceviche, luang prabang, lunar new year, party, songkran, water fight

Bienvenidos a Perú!

UNITED KINGDOM | Tue, 31 Jan 2012 | By hevc | Views [610]

PERU 2012 After a few hours shy of 48 hours in transit, one plane delay due to a failed engine, and one missed bus due to said plane delay - I got here absolutely shattered!! The lovely Trisha and Lucy dropped me off at Heathrow for 4.30am, ... Read more >

Tags: arequipa, ceviche, lima, peru

Simple Food Done Well

BELIZE | Thu, 21 Apr 2011 | By sarahreinertsen | Views [455]

Plantaños frying in Guatemala Up until Belize, the food on our trip had been ok but nothing particularly noteworthy. Guatemalan cuisine is certainly edible and functional - corn, rice, beans. Mom & I fought over the last ... Read more >

Tags: belize, ceviche, food, guatemala

 

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As open and welcoming the older monks are, the younger monks are often more conservative & shy. Older monks have probably been more exposed to the concept of visitors taking photographs, however younger monks that are still adjusting to it often have a little difficulty which is usually very evident from their facial expressions and body language. This young monk was particularly shy and hid his face every time I tried to photograph him, eventually I happened to catch him at the most unsuspecting moment while he was observing the kind of photographs I was taking. : by rssarma, Views[330]
As open and welcoming the older monks are, the younger monks are often more conservative & shy. Older monks have probably been more exposed to the concept of visitors taking photographs, however younger monks that are still adjusting to it often have a little difficulty which is usually very evident from their facial expressions and body language. This young monk was particularly shy and hid his face every time I tried to photograph him, eventually I happened to catch him at the most unsuspecting moment while he was observing the kind of photographs I was taking.

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