My visit to the massive Reclining Buddha shrine was now over, or at least that’s what I thought. Remember thos school children praying before the Reclining Buddha who I had photographed earlier? (see previous pictures earlier in this album). Well, I was to meet them again- and this time they wanted to interview me. No, not as a special guest or VIP or anything, these lovely Thai kids wanted to practice their English, and were asking foreign visitors a few basic questions in English. And so here are the three lovely Thai kids on the process of interviewing me in Wat Pho, Thailand. (Bangkok, Thailand, Oct. 2018)
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