It’s been a great month, so far, filled with trying new restaurants, and going back to the tried and true. It’s also the month for the Yee Ping or Loy Krathong festival here in Thailand bringing Chiang Mai alive with happy colors, and even happier socializing.

*Remember to click on the photos to see them larger*

8 replies on “Sweet November

  1. Lani,
    Your pictures are wonderful and I especially love the house decorated for Loy Krathong. It reminded me that I will be able to decorate our new home next year! I didn’t realize how much I missed having a space to putter and put my love and energy into. Having been a small apartment for the past two years while we get ready for our move to Chaing Mai in August 2014 I am over the top excited for our visit in December / January when we will see our home, pick out furniture, visit markets and some of your recommended restaurants and cafes! There is always something in your posts that touch my heart! Thank you again! Lin


    1. Thanks Lin. I needed a morning pick me up πŸ™‚ I really appreciate it. Yeah, I know it’s important to nest, eh? Even in the most plain and drab apts I’ve always decorated it. I like being a girly girl! Okay, I’m off to visit you…cheers!


  2. Beautiful photos! Chiang Mai is definitely on my list of places to go. I’ve been to the islands, but there’s so much more of Thailand I want to see!


    1. I’m actually not a very well travelled person. There is still much of Thailand I want to see, but I have to admit, I’ve seen beautiful beaches since I was born and raised in Hawaii…I fear I will a beach snob when I finally head south! πŸ˜€


      1. I might actually have my own turkey dinner pics to share…but please, post away. I love turkey!


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