|This is what I think of, Shrines Galore, when I think of Chinatown|
|This is what I imagine Chinatown to be like, after visiting C-town in San Francisco and Chiago. Lots of signs lining the streets!|
|No idea who put the Thai King next to the pig. I would find it insulting myself, especially considering the severity of dissing the Thai Royaly if caught!|
So Sharin decided to get a massage to make up for lost time this afternoon. That never fails. Learning how to say Mai Ow (or however you spell it) followed by a gesture of hard, to mean "Don't want hard" was all it took and I almost drifted off for the next hour. And then the rain again. Oh well. At least I got some brownies when I got home. And the maid had our house clean. So I guess I cannot complain.
On a brighter note, looking to the future...
I will be running my first 10K here in Bangkok on my sister's birthday. Looking forward to that one, and even better, some friends from work will be running with me. I guess I should get used to how it works here because I will be running the Bangkok marathon in November. All these massages are prepping me for something, right???
I wish I could enlighten the masses a bit more, but I guess it has just been one of those weekends. Somebody has probably slipped something in to my Coke Zero because I obviously am not right these days. As my new girlfriend told me the other night at Ladies Night at Coyote over a few free margs... "TIT, Sharin" AKA--This Is Thailand. Nuff said I suppose. That's all I got for now. Time for some 7 Eleven ham and cheese croissants and then night night time in my clean sheets.