That said, I am happy that the band of sisters enjoyed their visit to Chokchai farm, which is not something a normal tourist would do when they come to Thailand. Having visited and written an entire blog post on the Umm-Milk! makers just a while ago, we were surely going to take this opportunity to visit another vacation venue, this time, Palio, around 20 minutes drive away from Chokchai. I had high hopes for it, but aside of a very very difficult time to find it and some nice pictures, I have to say it is not exactly worth a dedicated visit if you are not passing by the area. However, it is a paradise for photographers, as it provides local Thais with a hint of an European old town square with lush green mountains as a backdrop.
Pictures will speak more than words now, but if you are interested, please take note of my shirt. In my previous post, I mentioned spending a bomb on a couple shirts. This is one of them, designed by popular Thai designer Anurak (shop named ANR). I love it, it brings out the kid and the feminine side of me all at the same time, haha!
|Oh man, such a small nameplate with no colour contrast, how do they expect us to know when we pass by??!!|
|One of the many nice flower decorations on show.|
|My trusty G10 made a lonely lotus sprouting out of a dirty 'pond' look exquisite.|
|Li Li on the second floor of a building. An European old town square with green tropical mountains as backdrop, quite a unique setting eh?|
|A closer look at my designer shirt.|
|There are countless corners like this for photographers to get a really rustic and classic shot of their models.|
|Finally, we found someone to take a picture of us together. We thought our photographer was a handsome young man, she turned out to be a boyish pretty young lady, welcome to Thailand.|