|Me in 2011 over looking a portion of the Jatujak Market|
|Main walking area in Jatujak Market|
|Typical interior aisle way|
|Another interior aisle way|
|Sunday Morning on the balcony|
We took the new Self Reliance/Perpetual Education Couple - Elder and Sister Seppi with us to the market. They have been in Country for about two weeks. We had lunch at the Market. I had a Thai shrimp dish, Lois had some Garlic Chicken. Elder Seppi had fried rice and Sister Seppi had a Thai noodle dish. I also had a blended Ice Drink made with fresh Pineapple. Lois had one made with Watermelon. It reminded me of our vacation trip to Thailand where I had a blended Ice drink on the beach every night with dinner. Yum Yum.
After we were done perusing the Market (we no-where near saw even a 1/10th of the Market) we went to the neighboring park. It was vey pleasant place to visit. It was being well used - lots of people there.
I bought some bird and fish food so that we could feed the animals. Elder Seppi enjoyed feeding the pigeons. They were more exciting than the fish. Note the Thais lounging on the grass in the background. The mats that they are on are available to rent in the Park. There are entrepreneurs walking around offering them to you to rent as you stroll through the park. There are others walking around with snacks and cold drinks bringing them right to you if you desire to buy.
Some of the fish were huge and some smaller. There were even several turtles that came for the
food. The fish seemed to be fairly well fed. They did not attack the food like the fish we saw in Ayuthaya several months ago.
|Sister Meeker and Sister Seppi feeding the Fish and Turtles.|