Paris en Mai

Mai à Paris les passants

Me voilà rentré sur Paris, un peu pris au dépourvu, en manque d’inspiration pour concilier contraintes médicales et envie  de mouvement.

Pour continuer le voyage voici la rue du plâtre,  comme à propos.

Si tu rencontres un doigt par mégarde

Tu n’y prends garde aveugle tu seras

Et l’araignée du plafond descendra

Avec Tunetoo créez facilement un Tableau à imprimer .

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Bangkok à l’aube

L’ivoire du matin comme un voile en satin,
Repose sur les toits de la ville endormie
Que des oiseaux de jais pillent par colonie,
Dans un tiède silence au turgide câlin.

Les bouddhas aveuglés par leur riche destin,
Patronnent l’horizon de leur lente atrophie,
Que l’encens et les gongs couvrent de féérie,
Quand le soleil se plie à leur peau de calcin.

Le fleuve saigne l’or et les rives l’argent,
Comme si le ciel gris avait fondu la nuit
Dans un creuset de boue aux couleurs de serpent.

Imperceptiblement, les parfums de la mangue,
Glissent leur chair de feu et leur saveur de fruit,
A la bouche d’un jour fondant crû sous la langue.

Francis Etienne Sicard, Lettres de soie rouge, 2011

Le vent se lève

La saison chaude à Bangkok est à son apogée et cependant il pleut. C’est agréable car la pluie rend les nuits moins chaudes.

Marché aux fleurs

Sur le fleuve le vent se lève.

Sur la navette boat4U Sathorn Pier

Créer des matières à entente

Angkor Wat

Wat Pho photos

What is Pink? ~Christina Rossetti
  
What is pink? A rose is pink
By the fountain’s brink.

What is red? A poppy’s red
In its barley bed.

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What is blue? The sky is blue
Where the clouds float through.

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What is white? A swan is white
Sailing in the light.

What is yellow? Pears are yellow,
Rich and ripe and mellow.

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What is green? The grass is green,
With small flowers between.

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What is violet? Clouds are violet
In the summer twilight.


What is orange? Why, an orange,
Just an orange!
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Visiting Wat Pho

Wat Pho (the Temple of the Reclining Buddha), or Wat Phra Chetuphon, is located behind the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and a must-do for any first-time visitor in Bangkok.

It’s one of the largest temple complexes in the city and famed for its giant reclining Buddha that measures 46 metres 

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Losing Earth

Something short today consisting simply of the most paragraph accurate I’ve read the final paragraph of Nathaniel Rich’s book, “Losing Earth”:

« Everything is changing about the natural world and everything must change about the way we conduct our lives. It is easy to complain that the problem is too vast, and each of us is too small. But there is one thing that each of us can do ourselves, in our homes, at our own pace — something easier than taking out the recycling or turning down the thermostat, and something more valuable. We can call the threats to our future what they are. We can call the villains villains, the heroes heroes, the victims victims and ourselves complicit.

We can realize that all this talk about the fate of Earth has nothing to do with the planet’s tolerance for higher temperatures and everything to do with our species’ tolerance for self-delusion.

And we can understand that when we speak about things like fuel-efficiency standards or gasoline taxes or methane flaring, we are speaking about nothing less than all we love and all we are.”

Visiting Chatuchak Weekend market

Chatuchak Market is a little like visiting Alibaba’s cave or le marché de Saint-Ouen bigger and with more diversity.

Local and tourist people are looking for some souvenir or some new puppy.

Kitchen tools, home Buddhism decorations, food, puppies, tee shirts, souvenirs.

After a few hours is too hot. It’s time to visit IconSiam the newest shopping mall I know.

Good surprise, because of king crowned ceremony they give a pass for today free access to MRT and BTS

Iconsiam, stylized as ICONSIAM, is a mixed-use development on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand. It includes a large shopping mall, which opened to the public on 10 November 2018, as well as hotels and residences. Wikipedia
Not easy for access you need to take a bus shuttle from Kring Thon Buri station It’s free but not on time.

Plan B

Take a Tuctuc 10 baths,same result.

Then cross the road and get in, floor one a food course with many choices floating market spirit, all is done for a good experience at really affordable price.

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Then go back to rest after a long walk for some T-shirt.

In the meantime the king went out of the royal palace.