But its amazing the sort of transport system and life style they have here, kids go to school and bikes, and people transport all sorts of stuff from groceries to ... using jut a motor cycle, and we complain when we buy cars that don't have enough boot space. Not to mention the amount of people that can fit into a tuk tuk, or the back of a cart, you don't need a Vito, or Mazda 5 or any of those 7 seater cars, because the amount of people they can cram in the back of a tuk tuk or cart is more that we can squeeze in our 7 seater cars. I was just great to see how people use transport so differently, not just the mode of transport but also the way it is used, I think we got it pretty liesurely back in SA but I must say this lifestyle of transport seems a lot more exciting than jumping into our air conditioned cars.
What really sparked my intrest was this one man out side the temple, carrying a cage full of birds and he would reach into the cage and get a hold of a bird and then set it free, and he did this for each bird, there were several birds in the cage. So I see this man do this and the sort of peace he gets from releasing the birds, like he will receive something great in return, or as though he was doing a good deed. You can take a look at it in the video below'.
Any way that is my 2 cents of opinion of what I saw during my stroll in the city.