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George Mann Photo, Seattle, Bangkok, Chiang Rai, Siem Reap, Angkor Wat
George Mann Photo, Seattle, Bangkok, Chiang Rai, Siem Reap, Angkor Wat

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Student Monks on their way to classes at Wat Phrathat Hariphunchai - located in Lamphun, Thailand, the site of the Acient Kingdom of Hariphunchai. A very quiet spot but only 30 Kilometers from the popular resort city of Chiang Mai - georgemannphoto.com
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Oct 20, 2016 - Buddhist monks chopping fire wood at Siem Reap's Kong Mouch Phagoda - georgemannphoto.com
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Siem Reap, Cambodia, today - my bicycle and tourists in front of the Blue Pumpkin Bakery - Fujifilm X20 - georgemannphoto.com
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This post is an example of the kind of post I am looking for.

A 50 Baht (US$ 1.50) lunch at Chicken Rahim Ping, Nawarat - Charoen Muang Road, Soi 3, Chiang Mai.

Although I am currently in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, I seem to keep finding my way to Southern Thai food. This small restaurant off Chaeron Muang Road (a few blocks from the Chiang Mai train station) serves the same kind of Chicken and Rice that you more commonly find in Southern Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. - georgemannphoto.com 
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10/1/16
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Travel Photo Guide Chiang Mai & Northern Thailand -

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Street Art of Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia - georgemannphoto.com
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2016-08-24
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The Touring Bike Project - Over the last 10 years or so I have changed both my travel and photography style quite a lot by incorporating a bicycle into it. I still use cars (very occasionally), buses, boats, trains, and airplanes in my travels, but I also take my bicycle with me. What the bicycle has given me is almost complete independence from taxis and tuk-tuks (anyone who has spent any time in South East Asia knows what I mean), and allows me to get much closer to the people I meet on my travels, than what is possible with an automobile (or even a motorcycle). http://georgemannphoto.com/the-touring-bike-project/
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