Sunday, June 8, 2014
In Thailand, there's no such thing as having too much of a good thing. The general attitude here is that more is better. Even the driver of this taxi keeps adding and adding to his collection of amulets and statuettes of the Buddha, Hindu gods, and other icons. He believes the more sacred images he stockpiles, the more he will be protected from accidents, vile passengers, the police, and other evil spirits. The cabby is also convinced that his assemblage of talismans will attract more customers, and consequently more profit. I can't speak for others, but from the moment I caught sight of the driver's collection on the dashboard, I wanted to ride in his taxi.
Posted by Dale at 2:36 PM