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Night Bazaar

There are thousands of little stands, mostly selling handicrafts. If you stop to look at something, you get a huge smile and get handed a giant calculator with the price for what you are looking at on it.  This is a very slow season here,and due to the political unrest or the alignment of the planets, it is a very low low season. A 6:1 farong like me gets a lot of attention. I only bought one thing, something for Mary Ann that I think she will like. It cost me 100 baht, less than $3. There were exotic old ladies in very exotic hats that were selling carved frogs with a wooden stick you rubbed against them and they sound just like the frogs on Hospital Point. All of a sudden there three of them following me down the aisle and it got quite loud.

The restaurant was pretty good, not great, but  a huge menu of dishes I never had before.

Almost every booth had a TV with the Chile Vs. Honduras WC game playing. I would walk by and go CHILE! CHILE! and everyone agreed with me. I don’t think they can say Honduras.

OK, I have bored you enough today, I’ll bore you more in a day or two. Thanks for reading!


5 Responses so far.

  1. Cousin Jon says:

    The readers of Travel & Leisure Magazine, voted Chiang Mai the 5th Best City.

    That’s not the 5th Best City in Thailand, nor is it the 5th Best City in Asia; but the 5th BEST CITY in the WORLD!


    So Cousin Leeann, when are you and your Mom, coming?

    :-) c.j.

  2. Leeann says:

    First off, you could NEVER bore anyone! I enjoy everyone of your posts…they always make me chuckle. Sounds like you are really having an interesting time and enjoying all the adventures. I am so glad cousin Jon is around to kind of show you the ropes. Keep the posts coming. Say hello to our cousin for me. I love you

  3. Mary says:

    What fun! Those same frogs are in all the Bocas tourist shops, too.

  4. Mary Ann says:

    Chile, Chile rocked, even in Arabic. How did it sound in Thai?

  5. Dorreene says:

    Love your posts, Forrest. I’d been missing your UAE updates. Hearing about your adventures in Thailand is fascinating. Keep ’em coming.

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