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Chiang Mai’s Walking Market

By Alicia Conway | 1 Comment » August 7th, 2008

CHIANG MAI, Thailand – We lucked out and got to Chiang Mai on a Sunday. The famous Sunday Walking Market was extensive. See it all in today’s photo gallery.

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One Response to “Chiang Mai’s Walking Market”

  1. john Says:

    hi. I run The Brick Road Cafe in the Sunday Market Street. just found your blog and have to say the photos and write really give a good feeling of how Sundays are here. Nice one!
    I’m linking your site to ours as i think blogs are the best way for people to get info.
    if you fancy making it reciprocal that would be nice to.
    hope you make it back to Chiang Mai again sometime:)

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