Gap Year?

Gap year?

Gap year tourists?

What better way to mark the lives of those who were forced to build the railways for the Japanese during World Word II than to spend your gap year travelling around taking selfies of such locations!

Probably a bit harsh but as I stood on the edge of the Bridge over the River Kwai, I couldn’t help but notice the amount of hipster tourists there were hanging out of the train windows with camera phones and selfie sticks.

This is the final photograph in this series recounting my trip to Thailand in 2019.

I hope you have enjoyed viewing them and reading about our exploits, as much as I did experiencing and capturing it in real life!

I hope to return some day.

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