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amazing hotel....very big and comfortable rooms, nice people and, when shared, very worth!!! very good location. walk distance from all big malls and just little ride (by bus or tuktuk) from main temples and khao san road
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We arrived in Bangkok and spent our days visiting temples and shopping. The girls freaked with this city, and of course, me too. Bangkok is the capital where everything happens, literally, I said everything on your mind, actually happens. For my surprise is a beautiful city, clean, temples are fantastic, stunning of such beauty, huge avenues, the …
... used to be. So in the next three months I want to get three things done - One - I am going to complete a story plan and begin work on a first draft. Two - I am going to complete the lyrics and melody to my album. Three - I am finally going to complete a third poetry book. One poem every day for the next three months should do the trick. So those are my three goals for the next three months. Not unachievable and not unrealistic, but still challenging enough to keep me on track. Here ...
... the villages and benefits the entire community.
Our guides/cooks/friends were Yo and Joe. Yo was one of the most amazing people I have met on this journey. There always seems to be one person in each place that really stands out. To me, Yo was it. He used to be a Buddhist monk and also the chief of his own village. He is beyond wise and compassionate. His passion for this program, the life of elephants, and the wellbeing of the ...
... to find a tuk tuk I noticed my bag was open and someone had stolen my purse with my passport in. NIGHTMARE.
I realised I was going to have to come home to sort my passport and credit cards out this time. It would take too long in Thailand and my visa was coming to an end. I was supposed to be meeting my friends in India but by the time I had sorted it all and applied for my Indian visa they would no longer be there. Gutted. Trying not to ...
... in similar overlapping patterns creating a wonderful flow. The most shocking painting was a collection of 13 landscapes in various countries and they included the St. Louis Arch! The upper floors were photographs and modern art/sculptures which was quite entertaining. I can't do it justice with my descriptions but it was cool that some of the photographs were aerial shots taken by drones. Our last event was shopping at the largest weekend market. Chatuchak has over 8000 vendor ...