5 replies on “Gin Salat

  1. If you click on the link you can follow the storyline 🙂 It's Thailand's Day of the Dead! Well, sort of.


  2. Sorry dear. I included a caption with each photo. But alas, perhaps it wasn't as clear as I had hoped.Gin Salat is a time when you remember those who have died and you offer gifts to them. Like the salats or “trees” you see with food and toiletries hanging from them. My father has been on my mind lately so I was remembering this.


  3. khaaw thoot kha 😉 I do have a tendency to read every second word, not scroll down and overlook important details such as photo captions! 😦


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