|Cat is not a morning person|
|Its a 5 minute tuk tuk ride|
|Brendan's enjoying himself|
|Waited a year to ride the tuk tuk|
The Bak Kut Teh shop (7° 0' 8.00", 100° 28' 32.50") was the same one we went to last year, located along Lamai Songkroh (still haven't gotten the name, it's time we learnt to read Thai).
|Breakfast is served|
|Morning herbal fix|
|The iced coffee was good too|
Then it was another tuk tuk ride to the Plaza market for some early morning shopping.
|My style conscious son|
|My wife, lovely as ever|
|This shop caught my eye while we were riding the tuk tuk, its a milk shop(?)|
|Taking in the sights|
|Snowcap getting blown off?|
|The Plaza Market|
|The flood waters came up to here in the market|
Went back to the hotel and while Brendan had his fill of his cheezy fries at McDonalds, I decided to walk around to check out the sights.
|View from Lee Gardens facing West|
|View from Lee Gardens facing North|
|The red building is the local KBES office|
Walked back to McDonalds to find Brendan hard at it with his cheezy fries.
|Almost done with his cheezy fries|
|Went to wash his hands, good boy!|
|Sip, not slurp|
|My other wallpaper|
|Man in black|
|The stylo milo|
|Let's go walkabout!|
Checked out the sights around town, found quite a few Xmas trees since its Xmas eve anyway. Brendan found some things of interest as well.
|A purple Xmas tree|
|A red Xmas tree|
|Brendan found something he liked|
|The 2500Bt pocket money is making his pocket itch|
|Look closely at the ornament, what do you see?|
We headed back to the hotel to rest up.
|Grand Plaza Hotel entrance|
|Grand Plaza Hotel lobby|
|Grand Plaza Hotel front desk|
While we rested, Brendan (coz of all the soda he had at McDonalds) was fidgety and asked me to snap some photos while he posed in his new Manchester United jersey.
|And the Reds..|
|.. go marching..|
That night the Lord Mayor of Hat Yai officiated the launch of Hat Yai countdown celebrations to the New Year.
|Brendan was in the thick of things|
|And got in the act in a big way!|
We got some dinner, and the order of the night was.. Singha beer! If you want to order in Thailand just ask for Beer-Sing, trust me.
|Brendan pretending, but spilt some down his throat..|
|Which made him a little tipsy later (or so he says)|
With our bellies full and our heads a little tipsy, we called it a night. Tomorrow promises to be a heck of a good day.. hey, its Xmas!