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... and the Grand Palace in this area. Foreigners pay 500 baht to enter the Grand Palace. You have to wear appropriate clothes, the guide book said no flip flops, shorts, short dresses, vest tops, see through clothes, no sleeveless tops but you can rent a sarong to cover up.
The buildings are stunning, you would need a few hours to see everything properly. We were ' power sightseeing' as we had so little time.
Next was Wat Pho ( 100 baht entry and free bottle of ...
To be on his own
To have the most friends around the world
To fall off a truck
To get married
KAREN: Most likely to freak out and not tell anyone, or win Thai Idol.
Continue her education (super geek, super geek, she’s super geeky)
To crack a whip over us
To freak out yet keep it to herself
To pack everything but the kitchen sink when traveling
To give first aid
To run a marathon
To learn ...
... from Pattaya, more ladyboys here though! Like proper English we made sure we had a McDonalds at the end of the night!
The next day we hired a long boat to take us along the river, it showed us the city and the little villages set amongst the river. We got off at the Grand Palace, but our camera ran out of battery! We got a tuk tuk over to Khao San, where we did a bit of shopping and had some proper thai lunch. We felt awesome ...
... buying a van was an obvious choice. With the research done on whats required when buying said van, all that’s left to do now is buy when we arrive.
But to summerise South East Asia here’s a basic itinerary:
Ko Phi Phi
Ho Chi ...
... leaving me abandoned with no idea where I was! Fortunately it was the middle of the day & very busy so I wasn't too worried & was able to flag a taxi pretty quickly to get me back to the Grand Palace. Had it have been nighttime when he ditched me I would have probably been a bit more unnerved by it. I also took an evening tour on the river taxi which was lovely, you literally see Bangkok lit up by night. The Grand Palace, Wat Arun & Wat Pho looked ...