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    Tropical Punch Tour: The End

    Sunday, September 12, 2010
    Bangkok, Thailand

    After three and a half months, the Tropical Punch Tour has finally come to an end as I fly back home to the United States. Thank you to the people of…

    Bali
    A member of the Sekehe Gong Panca Artha troupe performs the Legong dance at Ubud Palace in Ubud, Bali.

    Java
    The gamelan at a Wayang Kulit performance at the Sono-Budoyo Museum in Yogyakarta, Java.

    Singapore
    A priest conducts a Buddhist prayer service at the Thian Hock Keng Temple in Chinatown, Singapore.

    Malaysia
    A traditional Malaysian dance at the Malaysian Tourist Information Complex in Kuala Lumpur.

    Thailand
    Uddy busts out with a little busk 'n' roll near Thanon Khao San in Bangkok, Thailand.

    Myanmar
    It doesn't get any more stylish than this! A nat kadaw busts a move in front of the faithful at the nat pwe in Taungbyone, Myanmar.

    for all of the beautiful music, dance and art. Also, thank you for providing me with delicious food, reliable transportation and a comfortable bed to rest my weary head every night. It was a great privelege to learn more about you, your countries and your cultures.

    Keep an eye out for a Tropical Punch Tour video coming someday.

    Roll over photos for captions.
    All words and photos ©2010 Arcane Candy.

    3 responses to “Tropical Punch Tour: The End”

    1. Congratulations on your fortitude, intestinal and otherwise. A long, strange, very interesting trip it’s been.

    2. Poison Pie says:

      Just got caught up with your blog. You’re already back in CA. As I wander through a year in Seoul, when I see a sketchy alley and debate whether I am going to enter, my new motto is, “Garry would go in here.” We’ll see what kind of trouble that leads to. Look forward to hearing your splicing of the various audio recordings!

    3. Grant Brittain says:

      Looks like an unbelievable voyage Garry, thanks for sharing. Can’t wait to hear your stories in person.

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