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... fruit, pineapple and coconut smoothie, we then went on to treat ourselves with a Singha beer at My Darling bar and a foot massage to sooth the aches and pains, We stopped off in Siam, bought 4 pairs of socks and watched MTV flash show with some drag queen and live music. We're clueless whether they are famous, but it was entertaining and impressive. We rounded off the day with Thai food at a local restaurant and 3 litres of ...
... food cart ready, probably the nicest aeroplane food I've ever had. It always makes the journey 100 times better when you leave early, the flight is pleasant and you get there early. Then you get an hours wait to go through immigration, never ending lines of people who have come from all around the world and landed at the same time! Finally we're through, Ed off to get money out so I'm left to go get both of our bags, straight out and down to the metro station. It felt like ...
... hotel had a washing machine and dryer so we could do our own laundry...now that's what we call real luxury (these days anyway)!
Bangkok has loads of things to do...shopping, cinema, good food, temples, museums, tours etc etc. But when you really boil it down, for people who don't do shopping, have seen enough temples to last a lifetime, are a little jaded at wandering around museums and prefer to do things independently rather than as part of a tour, you will ...
... but it was deceivingly small as on the inside there were many separate rooms and buildings along with corridors filled with Buddha statues. There are too main temples in Bangkok one being Wat Pho and the other being Wat Phra Kaew, we opted for the oldest one as who doesn't want to see a 46 metre gold plated reclining Buddha.
Over the walls you could see the top of the temples and the fantastic colourful roofs that they had. After paying to get in we walked through ...
... up the river for 15 baht and then another to get you across for 3baht, possibly the cheapest transport we have ever taken. The temple was amazing, the detail of the walls and the pillars are incredible with the interior boasting even more of the decadent inscriptions and painting than the outside. We spent a good two hours at the temple and then decided to walk home with a map and Andrews decent sense of direction. We ...
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