November 29, 2009

Cham ruins at My Son

Ruins are always interesting. Lost empires, the stories, how nothing ever lasts.

Cham ruins at My Son

Cham ruins at My Son

Cham ruins at My Son

Cham ruins at My Son

Cham ruins at My Son

Cham ruins at My Son

Cham ruins at My Son

Cham ruins at My Son

Cham ruins at My Son


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Ika tokkuri, the dried squid decanter Check out this decanter and cup made from dried squid. We can use them to consume warm sake. One we finish the sake, we can eat the moistened squid.