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Wet Wet Wet at Songkran Festival

Summer Blast at Siam Paragon

Sand Stupa at Wat Pho?

TKP..Tempat Keramaian Pestival *halah

Wet Victim

water war

The Girls with Chalk

“cantik itu putih,dik…biarpun hasil pengapuran”

“oh, kulit eksotisku tertembak” – Ombolot, 27 tahun, Antigua & Barbuda

“bang, tolong diisi air raksa, kalo bisa tambah Hydroquinon”

NIAT!!!!

Tembak aku,mas…tembak aku!!!

Street War

Songkran in Khao San

Happy Songkran, everyone… see ya next year😉

10 comments on “Wet Wet Wet at Songkran Festival

  1. dansapar
    June 6, 2012

    huwooooooooooooooooooo
    *muncul dari balik kubikel sambil tembak air
    #duaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

    *komenup2date*

    • Sy Azhari
      June 6, 2012

      lu kate Sarimi isi Dua. Sarimi gue juga isinya dua sih,par. Alhamdulillah *pesen tiket Songkran berikutnya*

  2. ombolot
    June 6, 2012

    Itu dai caicos & Cayman Island koh *leletin kapur ke mata kokoh*

    • Sy Azhari
      June 11, 2012

      dih, cakep amat dari Turks& Caicos. gue dari Bosnia & Herzegovina dong kalo gitu

      • ombolot
        June 11, 2012

        Bukannya Bonia & Herzegovinda ya koh *bintang iklannya KD make bindi*

  3. Fahmi
    June 7, 2012

    seru nih kayaknya songkran festival, ntar kalo maen2 ke thailand mending pas ada festival ini aja deh😀

    • Sy Azhari
      June 11, 2012

      iya,mas. ramenya kayak lebaran di kita. ada liputan mudik segala. Kalau mau, tiap tanggal 13-15 April perayaannya

  4. buzzerbeezz
    June 7, 2012

    *menatap iri* *nyesal kenapa kemaren tu gak ikut sekalian ke sini*

    • Sy Azhari
      June 11, 2012

      padahal udah beberapa kali ditawari,kan? salah sapa? salah sapa? -melotot-

  5. silver price
    June 28, 2012

    Why? Songkran is sanskrit for “Change”. Pouring water over your friends and family is done as a blessing that washes away bad karma from the last year and brings joy and happiness for the new year. It is one of the most important festivals in Southeast Asia. See our wet Songkran 2012 photos !

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