So we travelled all the way from Northern Arizona to Thailand, and what did we find?

Thailand’s “Grand Canyon” was an old quarry converted to a water park. . . so almost the same thing.

Yeah, I know, this is crappy photo. I couldn’t figure out how to get this immense tree in the frame with the temple. Very frustrating. The tree was so damn big and I kept running around in circles trying to figure it out.

But it’s all good. I’m over it. I transcended this fucking photo.

The best overlook in Doi Inthanon National Park is inhabited by a permanent cloud. The cloud never leaves! So people enjoy taking photos in front of nothing, well, nothing except for white fuzz. At least my photos weren’t out of focus.

Tour guide explains decadent leadership, corrupt officials and foreign influence in the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Luckily we don’t have to worry about these problems today. . .

In Lopburi, a town north of Bangkok, some parts of the city are controlled entirely by monkeys. Now nothing against the monkeys, but they have really let the place go to hell. The infrastructure is crumbling, law and order is absent, and the citizens crap wherever they please.