A walk around the neighbourhood

I’ve been out walking the neighbourhood streets in the mornings. You just never know what you might see. It’s a loud quiet with birds, cows and the loud thump of coconuts falling. I’m a little afraid but not sure what I’m afraid of. I guess the thought of seeing a snake or scorpion or a pack of dogs. Dogs for the most part are busy sleeping and I barely get a bark from them. One little guy comes along and he seems so happy to have someone to hang out with. There are a few people that past by on mopeds and twice I’ve been asked or motioned to see if I need a ride. Most people are very friendly with the exception of some old men not happy that farangs are here. The people love to tend to their yards and gardens and there are some very nice homes. I wish I could take pictures of some of these people but I don’t want to offend them. Maybe at a later time the opportunity will arise. Cock fighting is big and there are several trainers in the neighbourhood. I’ve seen them training them in the yard and also bathing them like a pet. There are so many fruits and flowers and it’s all really cool. Here’s some photos.

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3 thoughts on “A walk around the neighbourhood

  1. Les

    Great pics, feel like I went for a walk with you. Are these taken in the immediate area around where you live?

    • Yup, right out our door. 8816 steps – 1.5 hours – 6 KM – it’s a good walk!

    • Kenn and Sunny Cawker

      I finally got around to “walking around your neighborhood”, so very much like some of the areas of Hawaii, with the flora, fauna and fruits etc. Kenn and I saw one garden area with bananas just a foot off the ground in bunches. What type of accommodations are you staying at? It is hard to believe that there are some homes one would not expect to see where you are, but I guess there are those who have and those who don’t no matter where you are.

      Take care, Sunny and Kenn

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