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... all mixed up in it! #heartburn?!Tuesday we took the Klong boat to Koh San Road to buy some cheap shorts. Ate a very spicy green curry to clear the sinus for lunch and found what used to be a busy tourist area quiet. Then home for some more pool side time while Jamie struggled on with a new ad composition and design work for some picky clients in the hope of some time off with us tomorrow. We watched a few more episodes of BB - now on series 2, this is quite addictive ...
... B. I'd found an ad for a list of parks in Bangkok and parks are places I really like to visit while travelling as you can spend hours on end just sitting, reading and taking it all in. We decided on Lumphini Park, perhaps Bangkok's most well known and referred to as Bangkok's Central Park. Unfortunately we had no idea where it was so took a taxi instead and realised it was actually really close. From the moment I stepped through the gates, I felt a sense of peace ...
... to Phuket, where I hope the fresher air will clear my lungs of the smog that has been giving me respiratory fits. I have already taken one course of antibiotics and steroids. I'm currently not in the best shape for 4 solid days of diving, but we have three days of beach town first. Fingers crossed!
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...Bill and Dessa
... skirt. There were plenty of people walking around in them.
All the buildings are decorated with mosaic tiles. From a distance you can't even tell. The tiles were mirrored and coloured which created the shiny appearance in the big buildings. One of my favourite decorations on these buildings has been the pastel coloured tiles that create a flower design. There were loads of these around. I tried to get photos to demonstrate how it worked but I don't think ...
... the views of Bangkok were stunning. We stood for some time just taking it in. After a while, we started chatting to a very happy monk. I think his name was Leung Pi. He was very keen to improve his English, which was already very good, and was delighted to chat to native speakers. He has been a monk for 8 years and climbs to the top of the mount as often as he can. He told us that most Thai men will be a monk for at least seven days at ...