Shot at Tha Tien Market in Bangkok, Thailand.
Leaving a brazier grilling fishes, I continued to wander around Tha Tien Market near Wat Pho. In most cases, it is a nice place to lose my way when I walk around the messy local markets. Yet this market was not enough large to lose my way. In the course of walking, I stepped out of the market soon. Tha Tien Market was compact. I felt short on fun to wander around in that way.
In the meantime, I found a food stall in the market. And a woman was working. She was boiling noodles while she hung around a towel around her neck as if she was a manual laborer. It was hot to boil. She said 'UDON' suddenly when she noticed me approaching. UDON is a kind of thick wheat flour noodle used frequently in Japanese cuisine. However, I thought what she boiled was not UDON. It might be Bakmi.
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December 23, 2019
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