Floating Markets

After the Lord’s table meeting, we went to Damnoen Saduak and Amphawa floating markets. Actually Hyung-sin and I had debated about which market to go to. As saints accompanied us, however, we went to both markets.

We went to Damnoen Saduak first.
This market is active in the morning. Because we arrived pretty late, there were only a few people and many stores were closed.
Here are some photos:

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Floating markets
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Floating markets
Floating markets
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Floating markets
Floating markets

Next, we went to Amphawa.
This market was full of people. It seemed like a huge food market. The saints bought us various kinds of food. We had become full even before we had dinner. We could have paid for the food, but the brothers and sisters spent their money without hesitation.

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Floating markets
Floating markets

Our hands are full of food.

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After all, we got tired of eating. But Hyung-sin and I were shocked when we heard that we would eat dinner again after 2 hours! This photo was taken while we were waiting for a boat for the firefly tour.

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Hyung-sin & Pratan

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Sister Ratchanee & her daughter

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The saints who guided Hyung-sin and me this day.

After the firefly tour, we went to eat dinner.

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It was an awsome trip. Since the young boy(Pratan) and girls(Tien & Lin) spoke English very well, we had a wonderful time talking to one another.
I really thank the brothers and sisters for their unsparingness.

Floating Markets