"Hello, 5 baht" this little tyke in a Karen village said as he tied this on my wrist. FINE.
This was the quintessential picture of Bangkok for me: a wat with a huge billboard looming immediately above.
The spires of Wat Po in Bangkok.
Thick clouds cover Sweden as my all-too-short travels come to an end.
A chilly Stockholm evening.
The sun comes up on my first day in Göteborg.
A lit up tower in Göteborg at night. My fingers froze off soon afterward.
Of all the pictures from my trip, this one my friend Hartie took in Laos might just sum up the whole deal better than any.
An early morning view from the top of Mt. Kinabalu in Borneo.
Doesn't this single Petronas tower look TALL?
The hills near Vang Vieng, Laos.
Footsteps lead the way through a rock formation on a beach in Abel Tasman.
If this shot from south of Greymouth doesn't relax you, maybe Valium isn't strong enough either.
The mountains of southern New Zealand stretch off into the distance just outside Queenstown.
Stacked rocks lead the way on French Ridge just outside of Wanaka.
Wentworth Falls tumbles gracefully down.
The lovely Blue Mountains stretch out into the distance.
A late afternoon shot of a beach on the mainland of Fiji.
A submerged log on a beach in Fiji. And that's it.
A snow field on the Tongariro Crossing. My tennis shoes did great.
Lake Taupo as I come down off the Tongariro Crossing.