Gallery Bangkok has its own flavor, from the first moment of the day you smell Bangkok, but Bangkok ... How does it smell?, Smells like baked goods, baked or fried, fruit, spices, to spicy, to herbs. This city goes by smell and activates all the senses getting carried away by the fast pace of the city and walking pedestrians, motorcyclists and street cooks.
We walked the streets and suddenly feel the nose and throat are imbued with unique spicy sweetness. Each food stall represents the image of a company that develops its life on the streets.
Traffic is a mess, hard to understand and make thousands of motorists, Tuk-Tuks, motorcyclists, pedestrians to survive each day. Live it becomes an attraction in itself ... cross a street or an avenue is a real adventure, our technique was expected to start across some locals and do with him. Somehow we became boys again.
Bangkok maps are not as they seem, sometimes a street actually is a maze of flower stalls, but when you open the map and see our faces lost come to help, do it in the street, in a bank , on the Skytrain ... but everything changes when you are near a tourist attraction, there is always lurking character, Tuk Tuks drivers, someone who pretends to be good Samaritan but really would like to sell something ... or us into a trap.
Bangkok Walking becomes the best way to experience the city, understand and feel their feelings, but of course the incredible pollution generates constant traffic to bear, much smog in the atmosphere makes it heavier walking, so now we understand why Many Thais use mask.
"Finish the day one with blisters, tired, but with over 1000 images and over 1000 unforgettable spicy aromas, spices bursts. Smoke from cars, motorcycles, buses and transport as never seen before in my life. And I thought that Buenos Aires was chaotic haha. "(July).
Some tips to enjoy Bangkok walk
- Bring water and always be hydrated.
- Good shoes (comfortable and lightweight).
- Bringing change in bills of 50, 20 Baths and coins.
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