Bangkok Street Life
My walk (*) continued as I kept wandering through alleys and lanes towards the Democracy Monument. Lottery ticket sellers near the 14 Oct. 1973 Memorial. Lots of little sweatshops in those alleys. They work hard but earn probably not much... This lady was more than happy to let me take some shots. A lottery ticket seller ('Tomorrow rich!') was taking a break. I FEEL HAIR...?! Meow to you too! Not a police dog and pretty friendly really! That must be the famous Siamese Twins!
Keep On Walking
This morning I went into town to meet an old friend around Siam Square for coffee and hot chocolate. After 1 cappuccino, 1 hot chocolate, and 1 americano we split up and I got off Phaya Thai Rd, into Soi Phaya Nak. From there I made a few other turns and ended up walking through a very narrow soi. The awnings of both sides almost connect! Yum for you.., no thanks. Lots of little shops can be found here. They asked me to take their photo through the window, OK, can do! No lack
Bangkok Art Light Installations
Let’s awaken the creative district of Charoen Krung-Talad Noi once again – with light, colors, and sounds exhibition, together: 29 Mar ’22 – 3 Apr ’22 Usually, I'm pretty cynical about art festivals like these, but for once I decided to give it a try, having an old friend joining with a Thai relative certainly helped ;-) We met up at Jack's, had a few drinks, and hit the road, in this case, Charoen Krung. This was the first one we visited, quite cool actually. Official blurb
I Want To Ride My Tricycle
On this blog, you can find various posts about transportation, from boats to trains and more. Especially trucks and buses have caught my eye more than a few times. Despite having become an avid cyclist myself I haven’t done anything on bicycles or motorcycles. But that’s finally going to be rectified as you can see! Being more regularly in Nonthaburi’s Khae Rai area I couldn’t help noticing the relatively high number of motorized tricycles zooming by. Called in Thai ‘saleng’