Bangkok

20 December 2007 § Leave a comment

It’s really large–the complete opposite of Denver, as cities go. There are skyscrapers splashed all over the city, not only a small cluster in the center. They drive on the left (though they were never part of the British Empire, similar to Japan and Indonesia). There’s a river through the middle of it. And it’s dirty.

But the people are beautiful, and they live their lives.
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