I drove home last night under a dark lowering sky, happy to be reaching shelter before the storm broke over Baan3ongs. The birds were doing the same, rushing back to their nests. A moment and feeling to capture.
Ive been working at trying to play the shakuhachi zen flute for a while, one made from pvc plumbing pipe which was given to me by my friend Mehdi.
If I never play another tune I would be content with this one.
We took a trip out to Wat Don Wai on the west side of #Bangkok near Mahidol University and enjoyed wandering around the riverside market. Highly reccommended for travellers to see a genuine thai river market.
Ive started a bit of a new project called #youngatheart or #richardcrookesyoungatheart so expect to see mch more content around my blog.
Enjoy the video
A common site at almost every intersection…..the floral garland sellers walking up and down the lines of traffic selling their wares. Part of the real atmosphere of Bangkok life.
Moments of complete peace floating through a lotus field
Sitting in traffic, as anyone knows who lives in Bangkok, is something you just have to get used to. No wonder Thailand is one of the most active social media countries. You do have to find something to do to while away the hours.
This morning was no exception but Bangkok always delivers with something unusual to marvel at. I snapped this from the car as I was stuck at the lights. I was going nowhere…but this guy was different.
Ice cream cone man
Here’s a short clip of a great little floating market at Klong Lat Mayom on the outskirts of Bkk… one of the best ones I’ve visited – beautiful
It’s quite a while since I posted… very sorry about that.
Here’s something for you though… a slow ride in a slow boat…