A Total TaiTai Tale

Tale of a Total TaiTai who was in Beijing & Beyond and is now in Singapore & Surroundings!

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Side of the roads are quite busy places.

We encountered little business stalls in the most random places. One wonder how they even have a business and make money at those locations but they must since that’s where they were

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Lone lottery stand by the side of the road. Business must be good nonetheless

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After the Tuktuk and the bus I had to share a picture of a truck 😉
This one was in Pettah district in Colombo and the back was made of wood. Another one had a container fitted in the back

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I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many buses anywhere, so so many packed buses in fact.

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Without tuktuk there is no Southeast Asia.

I love finding out in which form they come in the new country we visit. Here in Sri Lanka they look very similar to the ones in India (no surprise!) but also to the ones I remember from my childhood visit to family in south Italy. Well actually this particular model is from India but the “bigger” model were Piaggio.

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The diversity of traffic that one can encounter mostly in Asia.
I’m guessing that cars, buses and trucks could turn right, because those do exist

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And to round up our tour of Sri Lanka, here are a few random photos I didn’t post on the different days because I was already over flooding you with pictures.

Enjoy

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