Anyone who has been to Thailand for more than a month has been to and fro Bangkok too many times to count on one hand. This entry consists solely of pictures of this great city, one of many faces, ironies, humor and let's not forget, smiles.
Pat waves at entering Humphaluong Train Station, our favorite station in the world.
The city is filled with fast-flying mopeds, bulletins, smells of great variety and little nooks that make it a great place to stay.
A view from a quiet part of town, right near banks of the Thewet Ferry.
Chillies drying in the day market.
Wat Benchamabophit (the Marble Temple) on Sri Ayuttaya Road.
You can buy fish food on the Thewet Pier and feed the hungry mongers, while the pigeons look on hungrily.
The Leaning Buddha (reaching nirvana) at Wat Pho, Thailand's largest and oldest temple.
At a night market kids try to catch fish through a rice paper sieve and get a prize.
Since this is our last entry in Thailand as we are off to Malaysia in a few days for some new adventures, we would like to thank everyone who has been a part (directly and indirectly) of these last two wonderful months. Names not be mentioned, you know who you are. Chok-dee-kaa!!