Unlike any other trip, we decide to visit the tourist attractions first, that is to say, visit the temples and do the ritual later, which is clearly “shopping and eating”. The irony is that the famous Pha That Luang was closed that afternoon and thus we successfully looked the surrounding walkways, the souvenir shops, and other temples near Pha That Luang. My blogging officially sucks, well, I don’t remember the name of the temples: everything that I could mention in my post had not been mentioned due to my inability or lack of observation. To sum up that afternoon, we had lunch at one coffee shop, which closes on Sunday, as far as I recall. The name of the shop? I couldn’t remember, so sorry for my absentmindedness when it comes to the name. Judging from the pictures, we apparently had Thai dish and latte (what a cliché) and I paid 185 Bahts (6 USD) for the meal. Humm? Reputedly, I wrote down all the expenses and this is how it is to be a mingy person, lol!!!!
The church at Azay-le-Rideau (3)
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