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Armchair Travelling – Thailand

Another winter week in what is effectively a national lockdown here in Brittany and the mind invariably wanders towards the departure gate, heading for sunnier climes. With the current restrictions on travel, a leaf through the pages of the memory bank must suffice for now; another vicarious journey.

Buddha in the mist
Statue in tree
Garlands on tree
Royal Palace Bangkok
Temple roofs
Koh Muk
Koh Poda

Thank you for visiting!


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Enjoying life in Kalon Breizh - the Heart of Brittany.

237 thoughts on “Armchair Travelling – Thailand

  1. It will be wonderful when we can travel again. The yellow tops on the statues are glorious. What are these statues
    really called?

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    1. Yes!! It certainly will ๐Ÿ™‚
      That photo is from Ayutthaya, the old capital of Siam. The statues are representations of Lord Buddha; this particular style is usually called Sukhothai (the first capital of the Thai Kingdom) and the pose is the maravijaya which is known in English as “Calling the Earth to Witness”.

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    1. Hi, Thanks for the invite. Are you just clicking accounts at random as I do not believe we have interacted before? Have you read any of my posts? Liked any of them? Are you following this blog?
      I’ll be happy to take another look at your blog once you have more than one post up and then I can decide whether to follow. Meanwhile I wish you the best of luck with your blogging adventure! ๐Ÿ™‚


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