Beautiful isn’t it, and peaceful. But the phototaking was not as peaceful as the result. We found this small and deserted dock along the river, and parked ourselves there. A few seconds later, a couple of thugs (okay, they were a woman and a little kid) insisted we had to pay 20 baht if we are taking photograph there. We kept answering back “who are you?” and “can we see the ticket?”, finally she gave up and left. But we didn’t stay there for long, afraid she was going to be back with bigger thugs.
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