New to us was the gac fruit, which looks like a combination of plastic and beets.
Saturday, April 23, 2016
Saturday, April 16, 2016
The streets of Bangkok hold many surprises, including squished faces in bags. That's what can happen if you don't treat your skin with snail slime.
You can buy anything you want. Here comes the broommobile!
You should walk in the morning to get your mandatory monk shot. Tim got some good ones.
My favourite stop is the rubber stopper and golden temple accessories stall.
You can carry them in your circuit-breaker bag.
There are delicious street snacks. Here, Tim captured the light shining through the dried cuttlefish.
Grab and go fish, already deheaded, descaled, and no refrigeration needed!
Pig face is the most delicious and chewy.
As the tour guide, I followed the map expertly, while Barry hid behind a tree. In fact, the map was useless since we didn't know where we were - that's what phones are for.
And, no matter where we went, there were at least 3 eyes watching us...
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
In Bangkok, the car parts street is just off the main drag, in the direction of "Other Places". We took Tim, who is the skilled photographer of today's blog, there.
Near the three-eyed wolf costume grafiti. The stores start to get very specific.