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A ridiculous clock only nerds can read visits a place where time doesn't matter.
Thai tradition meets pagan silliness with the debut of Burning Man Loy Kratong.
Thailand can amaze us by the simple act of how they handle a train passing by.
One picture says a thousand words about living in Thailand.
A typical hardware buying experience in Thailand.
Road safety, Thailand style.
It's amazing what crawls up to your front porch in the Thai countryside.
A common local plant that shrivels from your touch. Nothing personal.
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See some of the worst the world has to offer, and add some of your own!
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