9 Days in Thailand


Words and photographs by Davin Sanchez

It took some serious convincing and persistence on my brother’s part until I, and my nonexistent piggy bank, committed to taking the journey to this proclaimed paradise. Maybe it was the realization that traveling to Thailand was as equivalent as a flight across the country, or maybe it was the temptation of 50 cent beers, cheap authentic Thai food, and the appeal of a tropical getaway. But I like to think it was some serendipitous shit where my film enthusiast soul was destined to snap a fuck load of photos. Turns out it was a little mix of everything.

Gear:

Fuji Film GA645 Professional
Nikon Nikonos-V
120mm Lomo Color 400
Kodak Tri-X 400TX
35mm Kodak Tri-X 400TX
35mm Kodak P3200 TMAX

Embarked With:

No expectations.
Credit Card and $600.
Sixteen rolls of film.
Three Board shorts.
Five tank tops.

Lessons Learned:

I love tea.
LA air ain’t that bad.
Ponchos just make your body a lil eco system.
Amoxicillin is my friend.
How to say thank you in Thai.
Household pets and private parts don’t go.
Planes are slow, Xanax helps.

This is the 2nd time we’ve featured work by Davin Sanchez, you can check out our first interview with him here: Box Truck Project by Davin Sanchez. You can also find more of Davin’s excellent photography at his website, http://www.davinsanchez.com/ and on Instagram at @tastethispicture.