There are always those cities or places around the world where you instantly feel a connection and linger thoughts always remain. For me, one of those places is Koh Chang, Thailand.Read More
New City Life: Bangkok
This is a photo of something on campus. It says ” October 14th, 1973″ completed and opened on October 14th, 2001. Students and citizens uprising againsted the dictatorial regime turned a new page of Thailand’s political history at “Lan Poh”, Thammasat University. Consequently, the constitution was restored and democracy bloomed to its fullest, along with the development of social culture.”
Uniformed up for University
This is part of the Grand Palace. We went to go inside, and as a Thammasat Student I get free entry, but I only have temporary identification currently so they would not allow me in. So I have have this picture. For now.
So this is death by Thailand spices. haha. Top Left is Curry powders, Top right is curry and red chili peppers (death), bottom left is red and green chili peppers (spicy but managable after a few tears), and bottom right is Sugar! Thai’s like it sweet and spicy all in one! I hate spices, Im a bland person, but surprisingly after only 2.5 weeks here I am learning to enjoy more spices – by no means to the Thai standard, but I throw on some curry and pepper juice now.
Here is a bar called Naz that we went to!
Thammasat University campus
Graduate Law school at Thammasat University