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It’s always surprising to me how much I miss the Little House when we’re traveling. No matter where we’re staying, I can’t help but compare it to our cozy little home on our quiet little street. I guess that’s one of the main reasons to travel, though… it makes you appreciative of what you have.

This trip did that and more for us.  It was a wonderful time. We saw some incredibly beautiful and historical things, but we also saw some very difficult ones that made so very grateful for the life God’s given us. But more on that in another post.

For now (since we’re still recovering from jet lag), I thought I’d share just a couple photos from our trip.  I’ll probably share more later on, but I haven’t had the time to edit any more of them  yet.

Wat Arun at Night

Wat Arun , “The Temple of the Dawn,” illuminated from the Chao Phraya River

Koh Samui

A boy and his water buffalo play in the surf of Koh Samui, Thailand at sunset

Hanoi

A Hanoi fruit seller makes her daily rounds

 

We should be back on Friday with an update on our bathroom remodel plans. Until then, have a great week!

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5 comments

  1. Staci @ My Friend Staci says:

    I can imagine that Thailand would be a difficult place to visit, considering the poverty and sex tourism. Beautiful and historic, too, though. Can’t wait to hear more about your experience. I would love to visit someday.

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