“by ti-ow” (translates roughly to “to go on a fun outing”; sunflower fields near Lopburi)

Throughout November and part of December there’s a sunflower festival that takes place in Lopburi province. My friends and I hadn’t been yet, so we went after church today to a field about 20 minutes outside of the city of Lopburi. As you can see, there were rows upon rows of sunflowers. What you can’t see is that there were also rows upon rows of people, cars, and vendors at the market. Needless to say it was a popular place “to go on a fun outing” for “khon Thai” (Thai people) and “farang” (foreigners) alike.

4 thoughts on ““by ti-ow” (translates roughly to “to go on a fun outing”; sunflower fields near Lopburi)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Bethy! I miss you and I wish I could see you this Christmas. Praying for you.I am finishing up my last week of school and next week is exams. I have a job as a software trainer in the new year – I start January 2nd – woohoo! The company is called Mindscope and their website is http://www.mindscope.com …Our little Phoebe is growing like a weed – she is 8 months and 57 lbs. < HREF="http://im1.shutterfly.com/procserv/47b5cf09b3127cce95c1fcc0defd00000045102AatnLVuzZMY" REL="nofollow">Here<> is a picture!Love Becca

  2. Jen says:

    Beautiful pictures Beth! It’s important to “run away” every now and then and just do something fun and see more of the area around. Always a challenge without a vehicle! I’m sad about your spilt honey! What a mess that must have been!Peace out,Jen

  3. rirwin says:

    hi Beth – I am so glad to hear of the sunflowers.. last time I saw sunflowers was in Manitoba- I enjoy hearing of your adventures and learning. love aunt Rosamund

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