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... the grand palace. We didnt go in the grand palace, which I wish we would have now we're leaving, but we may come back when we loop back round from Cambodia later in our trip. We spent the afternoon wondering around the hot market stalls which line the streets around Khao San. Wednesday night we booked to go on a river dinner cruise. On the way to the river in the taxi (about 15-20min ride) we realised just how big Bangkok is and how much more there is to see outside of Khao San road! ...
... of telephone lines were slung in sloppy profusion from pole to pole. The central city had many tall and impressive modern buildings.
Central World Plaza consists of several large hotels and AC shopping malls. So, armed with the maps Tun had provided and marked, we set off to find to find the Skyway, the electric train system that would take us to the Saprah Taksin station, where we would (hopefully) find the stop for the Chao Praya River ...
Street food..we have seen many set-ups...each sharing their product in a desire to sell and make a living..We sampled a good array of dishes and for Greg, the man who made Pad Thai late at night near our street, was his favorite. We would both stand and watch the exactness and proficiency with which he worked...and appreciating his efforts as he handed you the result on a sheet of wax paper which ...
Day was spent wandering around the Buddha Temples where the reclining Buddha resides and the Palace in Bangkok. All is grandeur, glitter and splendor, but when one looks closer it is all fake. The Buddha's are made of brick and plaster and painted with gold paint. I must say that their carvings are intricate and done with much painstakingly patience. The shine and glitter ...
During the day on New Years Eve we went on a jam packed tour outside of Bangkok which was awesome! We first went to a cemetary honoring Prisoners of War from WW2 in order to pay our respects to them which was a very humbling experience. Many of them weren't older then 22 and it reminded us just how lucky we are right now because of the sacrifices that many of these men made. Some of them even had plaques from wives and children back home who made ...
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