An Impromptu Diversion

I invited my parents for coffee. We ended up in Lampang.

Lampang is a small historic town about an hour’s drive away from Chiang Mai. It’s a funky little river town, with old colonial style buildings, horse-drawn carriages, and rooster-adorned lampposts.

Sukothai style noodle soup

Sukothai style noodle soup

Me & the curry pots

Me & the curry pots

Wall decor

Wall decor

Apothecary, complete with abacus!

Apothecary, complete with abacus!

Old floors

Old floors

Cafe & curios

Cafe & curios

Colonial style architecture

Colonial style architecture

Sometimes a little get-together just isn’t enough. One thing turns into another and suddenly you find yourself riding a cow in a different city. Sometimes the best laid plans are the ones you never made.

moo cow::

So I kind of went of the grid there for a little while. What with moving to a new house, the holidays, taking care of bureaucratic chores, and what not, there just weren’t enough hours in the day. But I have lots to tell you and I can’t wait to show you our new neighborhood and home! Stay tuned for more…

In the meantime, check out some fun glimpses from around the world and other fun little things!

 

Little by Little



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12 thoughts on “An Impromptu Diversion

  1. I love this style! I have never had the pleasure of an in life visit, but these are so inviting. I love the one of T in the door frame in the tea shop!

  2. oh I would love to visit villages like this with a local and see how the locals live and to be involved in community if but for a short time. So thank you for sharing, and I look forward to seeing more images from your world. I love every minute of them. Thank you. Wishing you all the best for 2015

  3. Love the details in your new found home and the little fella on the rather modern cow, too cute.