This road is far enough from the city center that the only elephant pants I see are the ones I wear at home. Near by is a grocery store. Both Thai and expats families buy food here just like other people do around the world. This road leads to the center of the city and I have walked it back and forth each day. It slowly has become familiar and has become part of my routine. Smile at the iced tea lady. Wave at the bricks sellers. I just went by the McDonald’s so I am half way there.
This road has spots of over grown green.
This road has these little houses. Even with my Google searching I could not find the proper name. They are a little alter or shrine and sprinkled throughout the city in front of houses or businesses. They take flowers and even drinks from people. This is where people buy them. They are protected by barbed wire.
This road believes pizza is an art.
This road is full of green surprises.
This road has a building that intrigues me. It says its a guesthouse but the building looks like it used for storage and not a person is in sight.