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... meditated. It was a nice change to the busy movement and noise outside. It was a place set apart from the world where one becomes more aligned with God. We took a ferry back over to the other side of the river and went to Wat Pha, or the temple of the reclining Buddha. 46 meters long, 15 meters high, this Buddha statue had gold leafing and was amazing. A lot of tourists were packed in there, though. It was extremely crowded. I overheard a Japanese couple in line and ...
... the survey none too onerous or personal and so we obliged. We then were asked to be photographed with them. Good lord there are a lot of photos of us appearing on Asian sites now. Staggering under the heat we were a little disappointed not to find any meaningful refreshments and so had to limply make our way through the water saturated atmosphere ( 95% humidity) to the Museum of Siam. Here we were leapt on by enthusiastic staff, bombarded ...
... t really hassle me because they wanted them to buy suits. We were also taken to a jewellery shop which was a nice change! Lol. It's amazing how far and how long they will drive you around just to get their coupon for a free litre of fuel from the shops. But anyway, we were taken to the Standing Buddha, which I'd seen the day before on my tuk-tuk ride, but we then went to two different Wats, so that was nice. Then we were finally taken back to Wat Pho, which was where we wanted to ...
... things ready because we had to check out a few hours later and left for the Grand Palace complex at about 8.15. I walked from Khao San Road to the Grand Palace (approx. 30 minutes) and before I entered the palace I was requested to pay BHT 500 which was the official entry fee (at least for foreigners).
The Grand Palace complex was established in 1782 after King Rama I ascended to the throne. It consists of not only the royal residence and throne halls, but also a number ...
... Benny and I obviously did NOT go near. We had a rather revolting meal which neither of us are more than a mouthful as we are not even sure whether it was edible. I took a bite of something I am pretty sure was rat/snake/dog. After seeing the market which lasted about an hour and half, we jumped back in the car and headed to the tiger sanctuary. We decided to feed an older cub (about eight months) some bottles of milk as seemed more fun than feeding ...