15 July, 2010

Journey to Hat Yai

My 2nd trip to Hat Yai in 3 months' time.

This round, I bring along my dum-dum camera, a simple
camera cater for the dum-dum user, no focus require,
only click-click finger exercising.

Bought this Jasmine garland from petty trader promoting at the traffic
light, cost 20 bahts and its aroma freshen up the car.
Heading towards Hat Yai

Unknown temple along the road side.
Spotted this car with auspicious number 8888

Shops & my favorite 7 Eleven

Electric cables are plentiful.

At one glance, I thought accident occur that causes the tyres fly
hanging in between the cables, Ops! it is the excessive cables rolled up,
cater for expansion?? cause unknown.

Thai people given due respect to their King Bhumibol Adulyadej,
big photos are displayed everywhere along the road.
Blurred image ?? Nope, it is due to rain

Overhead arch with King's picture

Thai people are creative, look at the lamp poles with difference designs

Fish design lamp pole

Lamp pole with traditional dancers design

This is the popular commuter Tuk Tuk (blocked by motorist),
where we get around conveniently with 10 to 20 baths per trip

Overload rubber tree trunks.

Motorists can be wonder quite freely, no helmet needed,
and the kid can be seated in front.

Look... 1 driver and 2 pillions, and some with 3.
Continue..... More pictures coming soon.