Sukhothai Scenes

Thailand. I remember bicycling around the ruins at Sukhothai and the surrounding area. With foot brakes and a low seat, it was just my speed.

While in “ruins,” the standing remnants retained enough detail so you didn’t need much imagination to understand Sukhothai Kingdom’s former magnificence.

On that gray day, some of the surviving bits took on a magical air, as though you could hold a seance and bring it back to life.

I liked to pull over and sit looking over the scene. These are a few of my favorite scenes.

Wat Chang Lom at Si Satchanalai. Just picture the column topped with torches and the elephants with trunks!

Wat Mahathat at Sukhothai

at Si Satchanala

Sukhothai

Wat Sri Chum

Wat Sri Sawai

Wat Mahathat

TATTOO—Journeys on My Mind by Tina Marie L. Lamb is available at Amazon and BarnesandNoble and iBooks and Audible.

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