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October 8th 2009
Published: October 8th 2009
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Chilling in Bangkok's Chinatown with grilled tiger prawns, Thai seafood hot pot and an icy Singha beer. Life is good. Bangkok's Chinatown is a Thai smorgasbord of tastes, smells, sounds and happenings. Life is in the streets: Serendipity in technicolor. Please note that I am not in Bangkok at the moment but back home with Marilyn in Michigan.


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noodle shopnoodle shop
noodle shop

Thai noodle soup is the best
getting aroundgetting around
getting around

Getting around is a bit easier nowadays in Bangkok with the help of the Skytrain and the Metro.
duriandurian
durian

Love them or leave them
an even better smilean even better smile
an even better smile

selling lottery tickets
shark finshark fin
shark fin

This is Chinatown of course
grilled prawnsgrilled prawns
grilled prawns

The Thais know how to do them right.
mangosteensmangosteens
mangosteens

It's the fruit of an evergreen tree. I love them!
a familiar smella familiar smell
a familiar smell

"Chestnuts roasting on an open fire......"


8th October 2009

Do you do anything else but eat???? Enjoyed the pics and the notes also. Keep it coming, we like to "travel' with you. Ford and Marion
9th October 2009

Chinatown
Hi Don, Thanks for the update from Bangkok. All the best for rest of your tour Shiraz
9th October 2009

HI
How I envy you. Havent been there in 33 years now. Just when I am in USA you happen to be away. When are you returning?
9th October 2009

on the road
Michigan, you are back on the road, up to your usual tricks. I hope you have packed a sufficient supply of tums! abrazos, yance
9th October 2009

Hello from Shiga
It is so good to know that you are still travelling around the world. I wish I could, too! Say hello to Marilyn.
9th October 2009

did you get a tattoo? just kidding! /peat
11th October 2009

delight
The market hold lots of interesting food choices. Traveling along with you in enlightening. Lynne
13th October 2009

Hi Don, thanks for sharing. I miss home even more looking at your photos. See you soon, Bangkokian in Michigan.
17th October 2009

Great Pics DRS
Hey Don, Re your travels: Wow, wonderful shots of some yummy eats. Especially would like to try the duck, prawns and chestnuts. Loved the beautiful smiles/Did not love those dead seahorses (sad indeed). Much Love, judy

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