November 23rd 2015 (Chiang Mai)

Dad’s homemade birthday gift – safely delivered! Phew! Not sure how I get in such a mess when gardening!! Street graffiti around the moat Burmese food for a change! It’s the little things 🙂 VW Coffee Van For when one needs to clean ones chandelier! Baby fruit on the vine – just like in the UK the birds got there first! Lanterns at the Old Chiang Mai Cultural Centre night. It was quite an evening of entertainment, with……. …..Fire dancing

Dad’s homemade birthday gift – safely delivered! Phew!

Not sure how I get in such a mess when gardening!!

Street graffiti around the moat

Burmese food for a change!

It’s the little things 🙂

VW Coffee Van

For when one needs to clean ones chandelier!

Baby fruit on the vine – just like in the UK the birds got there first!

Lanterns at the Old Chiang Mai Cultural Centre night. It was quite an evening of entertainment, with…….

…..Fire dancing

…..Muay Thai

(to a packed house!)

….Live music. This singer appeared on Thailand’s The Voice (shown on the screen behind)

……And an open air cinema

Sitting next to me at the open air cinema – cute!

Who you gonna call? How surreal it’s Ghostbusters! (Delicious popcorn Teresa!)

Beautiful hand painted parasols

Not quite Jimmy Choo – waaaaayyy better!

Tiny (Thai) Dancer

Loi Krathong mural at The Good View bar

Nawarat Bridge lit up in readiness for Loi Krathong

Following last week’s blessing work has started on the new build – watch this space!

A new Thursday market just down the road

Yum!

Citylife Garden Fair poster – note the Thai year, 2558!

Before the crowds moved in

My table (and t-shirt) 🙂

Some DejaLulu stones

Under the shade of the trees

What do you think of my logo?

The view from my table at the Garden Fair – awesome!

A little bizarre getting a blood pressure test at a garden fair – is 107/59 good?

The ‘Back Stabbers’ in full swing at the Garden Fair with Jo looking fabulous!

Ol and his number one lady (the guitar – I know my place)!!!!!

Lemongrass and galangal (kinda like ginger)

This is the nearest we will get to snow here – the fragrance is wonderful!

0 thoughts on “November 23rd 2015 (Chiang Mai)

  1. Love the T shirt. Frankie would love the red parasol in fact you could send me 6 Lulu I will pay the shipping cost. I see my Fish stone, I love it Dad xx

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