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It was around 2200 hours when I arrived and many stalls were running on low stock; others were in the process of closing down.  

I will visit again later, however the shots below should give an indication as to what is there and what is not there.

At the end of the day, it is an Asian Street Night Market and not too disimilar to other Night Markets throughout Asia.

 

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On 12/22/2019 at 9:21 AM, Jambo said:

New seasons strawberries on display.

That means they will be on sale down in Sattahip this morning. 😀

Wasted journey - a strawberry free zone!

Two sets of strawberry sellers this evening.  The strawberries did look as though they needed a little more ripening.

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10 hours ago, john luke said:

Two sets of strawberry sellers this evening.  The strawberries did look as though they needed a little more ripening.

I am in Mae Sot now.

Leaving Mae Sot for the drive back south the next 80 klms is like driving in a mini version of the Swiss Alps albeit, after several years, they have finally completed a dual carriageway. That has changed the road from the most dangerous in Thailand to the fasted most dangerous in Thailand. One of CF's snuff video's featured a head on crash from a woman's dashcam as she was hit head on by a coach overtaking on a blind bend which happened all too often before they completed the road.

I digress.

40 minutes or so into the journey you come accross a very large fruit & veg market in quite a high up location. It is run by "Hill People" who even Sai has some difficulty in understanding. The area is cooler than Thailand generally and in season it sells the biggest, sweetest  and best strawberries you could ever wish. 

Currently, an 80 minute round journey is unfortunately a bridge too far even for a taste of heaven.

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