Our Sunday walk in Lumpini Park today was very different from one we regularly took almost one year ago in Scotland, at the start of our three week break, which was extended twice because of the flooding in Thailand.
Unusual breeds of sheep, with several in suitably autumn-coloured wool
are almost as mysterious as the stonemason, creating drystone egg-shaped follies.
Several garden benches are placed in the divided rooms of the garden
allowing views of the upper pond
and from this end, to the bench in the distance on the other side of the pond
or views from a higher level of the garden to the hills in the distance.
And then back through a set of gates to the house and a warm fire.
Whereas here our sojurn completed, we returned to the flat after about 1 1/2 hours and cooled ourselves in a long shower, having had the equivalent of a vigorous workout, (in the 34C temperature).