At 6.30am, we headed down the streets to make offerings to the thai monks. You can see many stalls opened for morning business.
Good morning, Thailand.
We rented a tuk-tuk for a short ride to the market.
First time to make monetary donation for coffins and medicine to aid Thai-South. My uncle explained that the area is extremely poor and most Thailand maids come from there. Thus the need for aid.
Pink eggs aka century eggs.
Poor frogs, I hope no one buys them.
There's no lack of personal needs here. You name it, they have it.
You end up with limited leg room at the end of the trip as everyone lives on a buy more just buy don't buy wasted, see already must buy mantra. (nope, not me)
The next stop is lunch by the seaside where mermaids can be spotted!
Thailand has really beautiful beaches. (nope, not the other one)
I have no idea but there's this dragon thingy situated near the port.
We took the car ferry over to the other side!
This vehicle is commonly available in Kedah, Malaysia. Apparently, taxes are cheaper and parts are readily available. Pretty suitable for the kind of terrain they have.
On the other side, we visited the place where Luang Pu Thuat was borned. He's said to Thailand's Revered monk has countless followers across the country.
Check out these water buffaloes!
Oh yeah, clear roads all the way.