Walking through the bustling streets


Travelling is quite addictive. Not the luxurious 5-star resorts or the monstrous commercial centres of the high-society. The simple, easy life in the bustling fast lane where you could easily lose yourself to the crowd.

Basic satisfaction of everyday life is where people hang-out on a daily basis, somewhere that's affordable and where public transport is not an issue or a headache. Bangkok offers everything. Walking is the best for me, despite the blistering heat and the noise pollution. My cheap sandals are torn from the hours of walking. Fortunately a street cobbler was at hand to help.

Cobbler fixed my sandals, a swift exercise of his palms and fingers, pounding with a small hammer and sewing in rapid motions. He has done this many times before.

Now I'm ready to walk again.

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