For the next few days I am going to start my journal with with some Thai rules that are unspoken but which rule our lives, more or less.
Let's start with stairs ... out of doors ones that are designed to be helpful or necessary to the public.
PS: A walking back massage.
More Bangkok rules; this time about queues*.
* Standing-in-line etiquette.
PS: For Global Warming deniers.
Today's Rule involves traffic lights; and I can vouch for its veracity as I have been driving in Bangkok for almost 10 years.
PS: The first atheists.
PPS: Kids in FLL.
Hi Alf we had a great time in Ft. Lauderdale. Everyone picked some fabulous items to bring back to Seattle and they all sat a around looking at old photos for a long while.
It's very hard to get a decent picture of the Erickson girls together!
Bangkok sidewalks (pathways) are for food stalls, motorcycles riding parallel to street traffic and many other assorted encumbrances best left off foot paths.
PS: Mass headaches strike home ... but, not me.
What time is it?
Panasonic Lumix at Sheraton Grand on the river:
The ground level of River City has some new and interesting restaurants along with some veterans.
A Thai lunch at "BOCA" in Bangkok's Hansar Hotel. Probably the best Thai meal that I have ever had.