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TravelPod Member ReviewsBangkok Home-Stay
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... my writing projects, it certainly seemed to break things up a bit and I didn't feel like I'd had to work too hard for an extended period of time. Becky ended up going to Chatuchak Market fairly early on in the day because she felt guilty for not going out until gone six in the afternoon yesterday. Having worked all weekend, I didn't really feel a lot of shame in staying in and pigging out a bit. Still, it sounded like she had the better time overall - whilst she was at ...
... course, no experience abroad would be complete without $9 Ray Bans! He's looking pretty sharp these days, let me tell you! Another thing we are really enjoying about Thailand is the small portion sizes. It's easy to not overeat and overbuy when everything here is pint-sized.
Speaking of which, our cabby today asked Kris, "Where are you from?" "The USA." He screwed his face into a confused expression and said, "no, no." "The United States?" ...
... where I spoke before I thought, telling the teacher that I didn't have a favourite Thai dish as I preferred Vietnamese. She was not impressed. I ended up cooking Pad Thai, spring rolls, chicken in coconut milk soup and Thai green curry! The last two were sooo tasty (even if I do say so myself). The night train from Chiang Mai to Bangkok was next on our itinerary which lasted 14.5hours. This was very different from the Vietnamese trains with one long carriage instead ...
... Her Majesty Queen Sirikit of Thailand. The primary aim of this exhibition is to promote local arts and crafts to help provide supplementary incomes for underprivileged families, who would continue their main occupation as farmers, while at the same time preserving traditional arts which were in danger of becoming lost. It was shown in a majesties building Western style. We saw this nice building already when we visit Bangkok for the first time as it was so ...
... wood floors clean. This might be a good idea for all of us.
Jim Thompson’s House was really a very nice place, though getting close to being a tourist trap. However, apparently he had quite a bit to do with encouraging the silk trade in the area, and collecting and preserving Asian art, which was not a common activity in the 50’s. He vanished without a trace at age 61 and was never seen again. A mystery!