|Spring roll vending boat at the Amphawa Floating Market|
Welcome back to the Thailand portion of the blog, everyone. Thanks for hanging in there while I was away.
Being back home is always a comfort on one level or another, but there's always a flurry of activity needed shortly after landing back on home turf, when I least feel like it. I'm sure most of you know that anything left undone is still waiting for us when we return. Not that it's any different at home on a daily basis; I've shouted at the dishes in the kitchen sink any number of times in hopes of them washing themselves, but so far that's proved a fool's errand.
Two weeks of mail lay in the basket. Most of it was bills, and some of it needed attention sooner rather than later, but a lot of it was just junk. Tending to that is never a pleasant task, but it's part and parcel of being able to get away, I suppose, and I try to keep that in mind as I unpack, wash clothes and settle back into the regular routine. Part of that is crawling into my own bed again, and regardless of where my travels have taken me and no matter how wonderful the trip was I'm always grateful for that.
I received an email from someone asking if we were ever going to get back to the Amphawa stories to wrap up my stay there, and it seems like a good time to do just that. I'll post about another part of that getaway next, but let's ease back into things with some photos taken at the night market there.
|The "Beauty Queen" collects donations with her friends|
|A girl sells satay sticks in a stall at the Amphawa night market|
|Dried peanuts, peas and beans - crunchy walk-away snacks|