We want to go to a market somewhere nearby, look at clothing. We hear from Kaeng where that market is, we think that we have to cross Prawet-Burirom somewhere from On-nut.
As we walk to the road, Pia decides that she wants to go to Seacon, exchanging gold; we do that. After a long wait and searching in hte gold shop, Pia makes a decision, she buys a new necklace and two bracelets and she has sold old jewelery and spent a lot of money.
We want some food, Japanese, and so we go to the top floor of Seacon, looking for a Japanese
There are many of them, especially with an all-you-can-eat or a buffet formula.
But we don't want that, we want sashimi and waiters.
We end up at a Fuji restaurant, a chain with branches throughout Thailand. Good food but at the price.
Pia wants to have dinner with the family tonight at Krua Rabiengnaam, where we have been before, but not everyone can come, so we go there tomorrow.
Then we take a taxi back, we ask if the driver knows the market that we first wanted to
visit, and he knows that.
It appears to be the market near the bridge to
Hua Ta Kee.
We look around and take home some food, about 150 Thb. That tastes unexpectedly good, and much better than the food we brought from the Paseo Latkrabang.
Link: Fuji Restaurant.
Written on: 2017-11-12
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