First of all, I’m doing a test with hashtags used in my post titles, and checking out if they have any impact on my viewership. I’ve got this synced to WordPress so I’m anticipating it will work out, though I still use pretty personal titles that aren’t exactly hooks to audiences.
Secondly, I’m done with the italics for descriptions. I don’t think it’s adding anything.
Thirdly, our final day as a group in Bangkok was extremely fulfilling. We visited Chinatown, and that’s what you’re going to see here. But first, some incredible views from inside our residence.
Walking to the ferry (well, water taxi).
Wonderfully depressing. Reminds me of Philadelphia:
Sleeping dog 1:
Sleeping dog 2:
I understand the male image, but what about the female?
A lot of chili:
The flower market:
Probably the only picture of a cat I’ve taken where the cat has been completely still and completely looking at me:
Insane Clown Posse Flower Market?
From flowers to the bowels of the Chinatown:
The best store in Thailand?
Joe’s most impressive possession (it lasted the entire trip):
Do not hit that nephew grand children:
Center of Modern Ornament:
A subtle wheat paste:
I think this was Wat Mangkong. I think:
Good. I’m glad Buddhism is absurd in Thailand as well:
Strange clock at the Wat:
Fantastically miserable fortunes:
And I think this is Lang Buai Shrine: