There were a lot of singing and dancing on stage, but here were my favourite parts.
|Take that, boy band lover!
|“believe me when I say that I’ve got something for his punk ass!”
Muay Thai! I’ve never seen a real Muay Thai match. And when I say real, I mean not the ones that are from a cultural village somewhere in Phuket, Bangkok, or Chiang Mai. But even the choreographed ones are very convincing!
There were rows and rows of food stalls offering Thai entrees, mains, desserts, and drinks. But nothing beats all natural, cool coconut juice on a hot Sunday afternoon.
For late lunch I had Pad Thai and Pad See Eew. For stall food that’s hastily done, they were really good.
There was also a puppet making booth where kids can come and spend the day away from the scorching heat.
And a makeshift studio where you can pose like you are in Thailand. Really.
|Sawadee-kah! Out of place hand bag to the left and Pad Thai & Pad See Eu to the right. Class!
Those who know me well know how excruciating this pose was for me. But it will do.