You have a very good blog. I love very much your photos. Bravo!Greetings from Barcelona (Spain).
that looks like such a wonderful experience.
ooh, I want one of those bananas!
what an experience!
That looks like such an awesome experience!
No need to ride dodgem cars , just go to the floating market.What great fun and great pictures. I love indigenous markets.
It's great seeing other cultures like this.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Great experience you had. I missed this when I was in Thailand.
I love these photos..I felt I was right in there with all the bustle and busyness!So glad I found your travel blog...I've been trying to find others since I started one of my own. I will definitely be back to visit soon. If you get a chance, do check out my blogs:http://theimaginativetraveler.blogspot.com
the Floating Market is one unforgettable experience of my trip to Bangkok years ago. i wish we have a similar market here.:p
Looks like quite an interesting experience to paddle along the waterways.
Amazing....what a wonderful and educational share for us who don't live in your part of the world!! I really enjoyed this.My Wednesday Photo Do stop by if you can!!
Oh I wish I could experience this as well and be able to buy in a floating market! Looks so fun! Good day!
I'd be too scared to take the boat ride but the fruit looks good!
Oh, I love these shots. Reminds me of Aberdeen fishing village in Hong Kong. How fun to take a boat ride for breakfast. I really enjoyed these photos.
very cool love the pictures of lands that I have heard of and never seen makes it seem as if somehow I know what it is like
Now, I've been wanting to ask this question, why they do this in the water, is there any inland that they could put a market? This looks like Venice to me. How the people would buy the produce? Sorry for the questions Lani ^_^ just very curious.Blue water
so, this is the famous floating market, nice photos, indeed.yes, manang kim, this looks like "asian venice":)
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