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Yesterday was more or less a shopping day. However didn't actually shop or buy anything. We went to the famous weekend market in bangkok, thousands of stores/shacks and alleyways of just anything and everything. Crazy sight to see. Then after went to a mall that was basically the same but indoors. Not your ordinary mall back home by any means. ...
... sunbathing, I fell asleep on the decking for a bit and after I woke up I decided to jump In the lake, me and mum then decided to go to for a kayak up the lake but we didn't see any monkeys but it was really nice and peacful, my arms and shoulders started to hurt though! we then jumped in the lake to cool off before we showered and relaxed before dinner ...
... After a time we got to the electronics market and checked out some BB guns and old playstations until we went outside, checked out some streets and then went to a weird street mostly selling consumer electronics and car sound systems, but also the occasional porn DVD and pleasuring devices. I got a 32gb micro sim for 790b and went back to the hotel and had some whiskey, browsed the net, watched Sons (Clay dies) and wasted away the day waiting for ...
... the reclining Buddha. It was huge and made of gold!! Both places though tourist attractions and in Bangkok felt so peaceful. We then walked to the ferry taxi where we were taken across the river to Wat Arun. By now the temperature must have been mid 30's. Wat Arun was made up of one large temple and four little ones. You could climb the larger one, the stairs were large and steep! Lori managed the second ledge but her fear of heights took over ...
... thrives on illicit gain. What's the connection? Why the fellow-feeling-true with Jesus? Was Jesus a frustrated developer? Didn't he overturn the tables of the money changers? Best, perhaps, to put it down to the arrhythmic beat of the Thai drum!
The present grand-daddy story of the Thai corruption annals has to do with a government bill that was recently debated in parliament that would absolve all violators of Thai law involved in political conflict ...