Here are some more pictures of ordinary life here in Thailand.
There are a lot of ordinary things about cars and trucks here in Thailand. For one, it’s ordinary for trucks to be way overloaded. Usually, if there’s ever a long pole or something hanging off the back of a truck, people will tie a 7/11 plastic bag to the end of it. Also, old CDs are commonly stuck to the back of vehicles as reflectors. So there’s a use for all those AOL CDs after all…
It’s also a common occurrence to see cars and motorbikes decked out with cartoon characters. While Doremon, the Japanese robotic cat, is a popular sight, Furby has hit Thailand with a vengeance. You can even get the iPhone and iPad apps that allow you feed your Furby a great selection of digital food. And for only around 4000 THB ($140), why not?
Love you all,