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... onto the bus and went to the red light district. The prostitues hire "a window" for about 80 euro for an 8 to 12 hour shift. They try to get their basic clients in and out in about 6 minutes! Hurry up! Chop chop! There were a few ladies sitting in their windows doing the day shift. I got a sneaky photo of one quite large lady advertising for clients. We went into the Museum ...
... to noon by then, we kept exploring the area, and then made our way back closer to our hotel, as there was much special over that area. We were on our way down one of the main shopping streets and picked up a new carry on for Colleen, to store some of the things we bought, that we can claim tax back on, which we need for the following day when we leave. Which is good, as my bag was over 23kg, would like to reduce that a lil. So after ...
... and soaking up it's unique charm. Besides my ill fated adventure into the wilderness to find the windmills I also checked out a little town outside Amsterdam called Eindhoven and met up with the lovely Lonne who I met on a bus trip in Myanmar. She was the perfect guide to show me around the town including the Philips museum, the design school, Art Deco shopping mall and church. It was a nice change of pace from the big city but also sad to say goodbye ...
... coming down the escalator to my track, I saw a train in place and people starting to cram in -- I had to be one of them!
Almost the moment I sat down I noticed that not everybody on the platform had rushed the train as I had. In fact, there were a lot of people still standing on the platform.
Then I recalled that in my eagerness to board, I never actually looked at a train sign. I essentially had no idea where I was going, ...
... it all. It's most certainly one of the dirtiest cities I've ever seen. (Although I haven't seen Tsjernobyl). A city with only a limited original population and a majority just coming out there to earn a few Bath. To answer the question I raised myself, is Thailand is a photographers paradise? I think it is, although not in the rain season. The weather we had was just not good enough. I have nothing to complain. Maybe I lacked some skills, or I was just tired. Still I end up with a ...