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... we caught a taxi to the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. This enormous gold Buddha has an elaborate temple all to himself, with people praying at his feet and giving money into a row of brass money receptacles which made loud tinkling noises when the money was dropped in. It reminded us of the Pharisees, giving their money ostentatiously at the temple treasury!
We decided to also cross the river to visit the Temple of Dawn. ...
... holy item at the Wat is the Emerald Buddha which is technically made of a kind of jade and is only about 2 ft tall. It looks even smaller too because it is in to of a massive pedestal. No photos were allowed of any indoor space at the Grand Palace. We explore a little more and see a couple throne rooms. One poor (or stupid) girl takes a picture inside one and the guide vaults the velvet rope to oversee the deletion process. I imagine in the pre-digital days, ...
... an old record player, started playing, immediately followed by the sound of someone blowing a whistle. I was still taking in the surroundings so it took me a moment to notice that every single person in the packed main hall was standing and facing the same direction, and none of them was moving. This was evidently the Thailand equivalent of the national anthem. What was amazing, though, is that the very instant the music stopped playing, it was as if someone hit play ...
... The killing fields are about an hours drive by tuk tuk from the city centre. There you pay an entrance fee and collect an audio guide. As you walk around you listen to what stood there and what actually happened and why. It explained some of the mass graves which were now sunken pieces of land, some where as many as 400 bodies were buried. The narration told of the loud music being played while executions took place at night and there is a large memorial stupa which houses the skulls ...
... iść, nawet kiedy sami nie mieli zielonego pojęcia. Bardzo pomocni.
2. Tajlandczycy nigdy nie zatrzymują się przed przejściem dla pieszych. Przechodząc przez drogę należy zamknąć oczy, wstrzymać oddech i modlić się.
3. Uliczne jedzenie jest przepyszne! Najwięcej frajdy mamy zamawiając jedzenie, nie mając pojęcia co właściwie zamawiamy, a ...