floating away

Snaps from a day at Amphawa floating market with my friend Scott. A short van ride from Bangkok, I really only wanted to go here because of the temple nearby. A banyan tree has grown around it, encasing it in a thick, entangled maze of tree trunk and leaves. Absolutely gorgeous.

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Loves his grilled chicken. I am not posting the photo of him eating it…you’re welcome.IMG_9979 IMG_9985

Sharing a motorbike taxi to the temple.IMG_0005 IMG_0006 IMG_0007 IMG_0008 IMG_0020

These little cups are full of numbered sticks, and you are meant to gently shake them until one stick falls out, and then you retrieve a paper with that number (your fortune). The first time I went at it, I shook and shook and nothing was happening so I shook a bit harder…and launched the entire cup all over the ground. I finally got it right, but when I went to find out my fortune, my number’s papers were all gone. OH, UNIVERSE.
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I could not live without these H&M shorts here in Thailand. I have them in multiple colors…and it’s like wearing pajamas outside!
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