It rains nearly every day at this time of the year. After a downpour, the garden is especially interesting:
We are into the Wet season, when it can be expected there will be a short, sharp shower almost every evening.
Our up-country kitten has a proprietorial view of many things, including the 3-legged stool I use when wandering about with a camera.
Purchasing the evening meal at the Footpath Market on the way home from work.
The quality and cheapness of food in these places makes it so easy to opt out of cooking at home.
I tried out the Strava App this morning on a 9.8km circuit in busy morning traffic. The App works very well, and I was tolerably happy with what it told me. Perhaps I will use it a bit more.
I have written numerous short-stories about my exploration of Bangkok by bicycle, which you might find amusing or informative. If you would rather read the collection off-line, it is possible to download an ePub format eBook here.
Given that half of all Thais are pre-occupied with collecting selfies, I am a little surprised I was the only person awake to the multiplication factor available at this street sunglasses vendor stall.
3/4 of us met at George's, behind the Lumpini Park Police Station, to discuss and plan a road-trip to Yangon where we will offer friendship and moral support to the 4th member of our travelling show [in return, #4 will provide a roof over our heads and copious quantities of beer to stave off dehydration...a very fair deal].
George has excellent, keenly priced food, and very cold Beer Leo.
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