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... Lent. This will last 3 months. We joined the lines lighting yellow candles and bundles of incense . Our guide gave us amazing detail and insights into Buddhism and the Thai way of life.The public buildings of Bangkok are ornate and exotic. The city has 2000 temples and shrines are outside many businesses.
What we have learned- hot pink taxis are called Barbie taxis, toilets are called Happy Rooms, power lines would not be a go in NZ, up to 5 on a motorbike- ...
... address along with future Armani catalogs and fabric swatches. Sweet. So...Two Armani Suits, One winter jacket, and Three Armani dresses later...we found ourselves back in our colorful tuk tuk with our driver that didn't speak a bit of English.
Next stop was Wat Arun (aka "Temple of the Dawn"), just located across the river. What most people don't know is that Bangkok is known as "The Venice of Asia" because it has so ...
... manner. Luckily the slap came near the end of the ride. Let's just say he didn't get a tip. We arrived to this soaring tower that sent shivers of anticipation all over me. It's name written in big bold letters high in the sky. A name I could trust. Home for a few nights. As soon as we walked through the doors the air con blew every drop of sweat off my body. The large reception was welcoming. We walked up to reception not knowing what to expect. We had never had a hotel booked for ...
... that the fans in second class were as pathetic as they were was depressing and we found little consolation in the fact we were in the swankiest part of the train. With no first class carriages it was either our sleeper carriage or the wooden benches in third class for the sixteen hour journey ahead of us... As we pulled out of Bangkok station it became clear just why it would take so long to get to Chiang Mai. Yes it is a considerable distance ...
... s major sites back in 2002, I really wanted to see them again. So we visited Wat Pho, home of the ginormous golden Reclining Buddha. At 15 meters high and a whopping 43 meters long, it is still OMG-huge on the second viewing. We took a ferry across the Chao Pryha River to see Wat Arun, the famous Temple of the Dawn; and after a delicious lunch of noodles and Tom Yum at a small cafe, we hit the Royal Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
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