A collection of dogs from around the world.
This Chateau-Ferme wasn’t open when we arrived but these two dogs came flying out and tried to herd us tourists into the yard anyway. (Belgium)
In Islita, an artistic village, an artist’s dog relaxes in an artistic way. (Costa Rica)
A dog guarding a temple in Chittor. (India)
A dog at the door of a tasty treats store in Etretat; no wonder he wants in. (France) More shots of tasty treats in Normandy, France. Warning: I gained two pounds just writing this post.
The people of Buenos Aires love their dogs. This is one spoiled Palermo puppy; I’m surprised he doesn’t have a crystal bowl of water beside his custom couch. (Argentina) There are warming huts all along the cross-country ski trails up near Rossland, but dogs aren’t allowed in, unless they start to shiver on cue, like this sad puppy, who just wanted to join the party. (Canada)
The weather was unusually cold in Hanoi, and even the dogs needed coats! This stylish character was posing to show off his unique attire. (Vietnam) More shots of sheets of rain in Hanoi. In Bagan, we tried keep track of where we were via landmarks. The bike rental was the first landmark, and then there was this dog, sleeping almost in the middle of the road. I laughingly called him a route marker. But on the way back he was still there, still marking the route and helping us find our way home! (Myanmar) More shots of arriving in Bagan.
The farming villages up in the Picos de Europa all had lots of friendly dogs. (Spain) More shots of the farming villages in the Picos. Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Dogs