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... to sit. Nadia told us that Thai culture means that when you are on a crowded train or public area you keep your emotions low and don't talk. We went to the end of the line and got off at Hua Lamphong. Nadia then found us a Tuk Tuk to take us to the flower market. The first Tuk Tuk wanted to do a deal with her (presumably to take us somewhere he would get commission) so she moved on to another one. It was quite difficult to get into as the step was ...
... reflecting on our travels and what an amazing experience it has been! We feel content, we have done so much and have been so lucky we've been able to travel the south east of Asia, on a bus I might add! We have planned some bits and bobs for the end of the week, you know to go out with a BANG! but these first couple of days we are going to relax, I said to Sam it's weird, we will probably never have this much spare time on our hands ever again!! It has been nice and sunny today, so ...
... goed georganiseerd, mooi en ontspannend ingericht, goed uitgerust, echt professioneel onthaal, begeleiding en een sympathieke dokter. Er is zelfs een foodcourt en een Starbucks! Ik zou hier met plezier een weekje komen liggen. On Sunday we go to Bumrungrad, one of the highest ranked hospitals in Bangkok. Actually it is in the top 10 of the best hospitals in the world. Yesterday evening we visited some Americans in their suite in the Hilton 5* hotel and this hospital equals the ...
... from the ageing speakers, people stared, almost infatuated, at the elevated shrine to their monarch that was the focal point in the station. Upon completion, the speakers reverted to blaring out tacky adverts as everyone around us returned to their seats, entirely unnerved by the impromptu show of loyalty. I must say that although this is the first mass tribute to his majesty I've witnessed, the respect he has from the Thai people is visible ...
... practically right next to them along the Chao Phraya River.
Several bridges were passed underneath, one of them being the Rama IV Bridge. The Grand Palace was also seen from the river and Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn which I’ve climbed just 24 hours ago.
And as one might say, all good things must come to an ...