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Greetings from Thailand!! We got to Chiang Mai, Thailand a couple of days ago :) We're here for our bi-annual visa run and meetings! It's a great break and we're having fun :) Bangkok has a brand new airport and it's AWESOME! It has lots of food places and sleeping places! It's cool! When we were getting food at that airport, we saw this funny Christmas tree! I think they just stuck the top of the tree to the bottom of it, and just left out the middle of it! I thought it was funny!
I saw this sign (below) at the hotel... and every time I see it, it cracks me up!

There's a weekend market on the outside of the hotel/mall that we're staying at. At this weekend market, they have a lot of funny foods! It's awesome! Look closely at the funny foods below:Here's a close-up... yum! Fried crickets!!
And Thai's love their seafood! Look at all that squid!! whoa! Anyone want me to ship some home to you? haha :)
One of my favorite things about Thailand is getting foot massages! Here's Adam enjoying one :)
And last, but not least... we saw a funny sign! Anyone want to go to the FATTY Restaurant? hahaha!!


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