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The spirit house at Wat Doi Pa Som, Samoeng, Thailand
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The spirit house at Wat Doi Pa Som, at the top of a long climb up the mountain side. The temple is located at Samoeng, deep in the jungle of northern Thailand, and run by two very dedicated monks.

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