What’s In My Bag: Homeless Vagabond Edition
Top, from left to right, top to bottom: A pile of clothes (highlights include unicorn sweater and metallic pink houndstooth miniskirt), passport, Stephen King’s It, Frank Herbert’s Dune (stolen from my guest house’s common room, sorry), Carlos Castaneda’s A Second Reality, Rough Guide to Southeast Asia, sunglasses, toothbrush/toothpaste, sketchbook, sunblock, shampoo, deodorant, lotion, chapstick, a volcanic rock nicked from Mount Bromo, a ton of melatonin, a piece of coral found on Railay Beach, various makeup that I used maybe four times this whole trip, comb, face wash, another pile of clothes.
Bottom: Day bag, backpack.
Not pictured: Netbook, camera, various electronic cords, art supplies.
Packed my bags for the last time. Tomorrow begins my two-day trip home.
That time I helped bathe an elephant. Elephant Nature Park, Thailand.
Elephant Nature Park, Thailand.
This elephant was rescued from a forced breeding program. Her back, hip, and ankle were broken. Elephant Nature Park, Thailand.