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... little boy went into the corner of the sales desk and was about to pull his nappy down. The man grabbed the child and smacked him across his face twice and screamed at him in Thai. The kid instantly started crying and then the man kept hitting the child across the face and pushed him onto the floor, he wouldn't stop hitting the child until the boy had stop crying and was sat with his head on the floor.
So apart from feeling physically sick, I couldn't believe ...
... sprayed with herbicide, one of the biggest causes of death to these gentle giants. We learnt our commands like Bye (forward), Toy (back), Quaar (right) etc. The most important one I thought was How (stop)! The word we didn't need to know was Boun Soung (open mouth), the elephants seemed to do that without being commanded in any vicinity of a banana. We rode the beasts, we learnt about their health, their temperaments, their ...
... a good idea for a school group to visit for a little more understanding to the Thai culture.
After The Grand Palace I grabbed a lovely lunch at a park in the city of Bangkok. I had Kaeng phet (spicy curry) also known as red curry in English, it is a coconut curry made with copious amounts of dried red chillies in the curry paste.This dish often also contains grapes and/or pineapple in the mix. The spicy red curry made with dried ...