Drop Inn Bangkok
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... in Sri Lanka from his card and lost his phone so bought a copy that didn't work, everything had gone wrong for him, fair play! We started chatting to a couple, Johnny and Lisa who were lovely. We were talking for about 4 hours before we realised that we didn't know each other's names! We went out for some food together (street stall) and then in the evening went to two bars and ended up having three towers of Chang and playing doubles in ...
... of Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palace. Our guide even explained some of the local Thai customs and courtesies. Wat Phra Kaew is famous because it is home to the Emerald Buddha. The Emerald Buddha has a long and important history that is best summarized by using your internet browser, but needless to say it was really interesting to have the opportunity to see it first hand. The grounds housed numerous beautiful Buddha sculptures of varying sizes and complexities. Most if not all ...
... s work, and she drove me deftly through the Bangkok rush hour traffic to meet up with her parents, her brother and one of her sisters for dinner. I missed seeing sister Ann and the four little ones in the next generation down but will hopefully see them when I return to Bangkok before returning to England.
Another lovely meeting.It's truely wonderful that they all have such fond memories of Home End Farm and all the teachers and host ...
... themed toilet facilities and the best in Thailand I had seen.
(Toilets are an interesting experience in Asia but that's for a different blog sometime soon)
After a taco lunch we left the terminal and headed for a foot massage, similar prices to most of Thailand and very good it was. I never get bored of these and will miss massage so much, and its soooo cheap.
... our train tickets. Little did we know that along these stops we were also going to be stopping at various suit fashion shops, restaurants, and jewelry stores to fulfill the tuk tuk drivers promotional benefits for taking us there. It still was worth it taking the tuk tuk because we simply just had to sit in these stores for about ten minutes, accept their free drink (water or beer), and listen to them before politely just getting up and leaving. Although at one of the stores I ...