Songkran on Khao Sarn Road 2005 Part 2


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Business goes on--businesses moving furniture through the crowd.


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Filling up water bottles


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A vendor tries to push her cart down Soi Rambuttri.


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Authorities confiscate buckets of talcum plaster at the entrance of the Khao Sarn Road area.


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Outside of Khao Sarn Road, aggressive groups of young people smear each other with talcum powder plaster.


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Pickup truck full of talcum powder pellets to sell to the crowd.


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A kid wearing a knockoff Bart Simpson mask.


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Ronald McDonald cradling a water bottle.


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People attempt to make sure that the water they throw is ice cold.


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Ultraman squirtgun


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Channel 9 reporters attempt a live update, but people keep smearing their faces with talcum powder.
Note the technician having a beer in the right corner.


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Dancing fountains on Phan Fa Bridge--unfortunately they take up the entire sidewalk and people have to walk in the street.


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Line of traffic waiting to enter the downtown area near Khao Sarn Road.


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Other areas of town are practically deserted.

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