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Thailand Photo Impressions ; Night Market and Thunder

This post is going to be a little bit different from normal. Instead of writing a story about a certain place I’ve been I just want to give you an impression by showing some photos. This is because I went to a night market called Rod Fai Train Market. At this night market I didn’t take many photos because I was just so absorbed by checking all the stalls out. You can buy almost anything! There were even small tattoo shops and old-timer cars. And the bars with live music were so cute and cosy. Anyway, that night I dedicated myself to enjoying myself and not thinking about taking photos for my blog or remembering interesting stories to tell. So like that I’d just like to give you an impression of what’s it like to hang out at a night market!

 

Rod Fai Market

 

night market

 

Train Market stalls

 

Train Market bar

 

Bangkok Live music

 

Train Market Cocktail

 

Rod Fai Market bar

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And something else I’d like to show; a thunderstorm in Bangkok! Around October it’s rainy season in Bangkok, so there’s a lot of and even more thunder. I’ve experienced some serious thunderstorms here. One night there was a thunderstorm of almost an hour with constant lightning. This made it a good opportunity to try and take photos from my balcony overlooking the storm. I’d never taken photos of lightning before and I was just playing around with my camera settings. I took near hundred¬†photos with only about five not completely horrible¬†photos, but I’m still happy with it because it is quite damn hard to do it! Anyway, without further ado, here are the results:

 

Bangkok Lightning

 

Bangkok Thunder

 

Bangkok Thunder

Sacha BTH
Sacha BTH
I am a girl raised in the Netherlands and I moved to Belgium and later Japan for studies. I am passionate about exploring the whole world one country at a time. I am currently living in Japan and write about my adventures here and what life is like as a foreign exchange student living in Japan. I also like to write about the travels I take on when I have free time.

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