Our view looking to the right. Directly below and to the right is the US embassy and ambassador residence.
Evie had fun doing 'big jumps' with daddy off the escalator.
On our way to China Town we walked by Wat Traimit (Big Golden Buddha). There was a huge gathering and lots of excitement...so we went in. The festivities were actually pretty organized. We had to sign in, get a credential, check our stroller and backpack and wear these fashionable slippers over our shoes. The kids had to take their shoes off.
The temple was brand new. The Buddha was still under construction so we didn't get the chance to see it.
Unloading Ice. It was cool to see these big blocks of ice being pushed down the narrow aisles of the market.
Evie enjoyed watching (and poking) the fish in baggies.
This was quite the gourmet kitchen compared to most
I don't know if the picture shows the true scale of these prawns but they were the largest prawns I have ever seen
The waiters were so friendly with the kids. Evie is obviously enjoying the attention.
Joel is buying our new favorite fruit; mangosteen's. We haven't seen them in Taiwan so we were trying to get our fill before leaving Thailand.
As we walked by this temple we noticed they were having a bazaar. We stopped in for a little while. Evie road a ride and played some games. It was a fun time for all of us.
Video of fish in baggies
Video of the bustling street in China Town
Video of Evie and Joel riding the carousel