Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. The Korean holiday is over, and it was back to classes today. We are having phenomenal weather here in Daejeon; sun and blue skies..love it. And, I love that fact that we have our first ever sponsor this week! And it is…
Bethany Salvon is a professional photographer and travel junkie. Randy Kalp is a semi-intrepid journalist traveling the world and missing his 7-pound hound. Together they run the syndicated travel blog
BeersandBeans.com. Their work appears regularly on USA Today Travel Tips, The Coast News, San Diego Reader and a variety of other travel publications. This year it was noted on the Huffington Post as one of the top travel blogs to discover and was also awarded Best Informative Travel Blog 2011 from TripBase.com.
Bethany is also the author of the new photography ebook “Getting Out Of Auto” which has opened to rave reviews from amateur and advanced photographers alike. (Click on the link to read about the book.)
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I took this shot at a lovely little restaurant in Chiang Mai’s old city, “Angels”. I was introduced to the restaurant by a friend, just a few days before I was leaving. I absolutely loved the place. Run a Thai lady by the name of Joe, with angel wings tattooed on her back!, meals are individually prepared and everything is delicious!(I will post the address when I find it.)
I absolutely loved how the coffee is served; including the tea cup with the tea bud (yes, that is a tea bud) 🙂