Unfortunately, the precinct of Wat Mangkon Kamalawat in Bangkok was under reconstruction. Soon after finishing walking around the precinct, I left the temple. It was not a good place to spend time in the temple under construction. And I stepped out to Rama IV road.
Walking the street, I found a truck parked by the roadside soon. A woman was standing on its luggage carrier. She was selling grapes there and some customers came to buy. Thailand is a warm southern country. Therefore, various fruits are sold everywhere on the streets. Yet it was uncommon to see grapes being sold in Bangkok.
Grapes don't have much of a presence in this city. Now that I was in the warm southern country, I also wanted to eat other fruits, for example, mangoes. I walked away from this truck quickly.
January 17, 2020
RICOH GR III
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