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... delicious mum tried the lasagne crepe and I had spinach ravioli. In the end everything had worked out and we got a nice meal and some goodies to take home with us. We decided to have an earlyish night as we had planned a busy day tomorrow exploring Bangkok. Good night from the big smog, it was definitely hotter here than Krabi and the humidity was a killer. Let's hope the rain stays off for tomorrow and we have a nice cool wind, now I think we asking for too much. ...
Woke up early - rinsed off the previous night after we arrived.
Kim slept on airbed in Living Room and gave us her bed (very nice).
As we woke - decided we needed coffee - walked to Tom and Tom's coffee - very hot - but very good.
Then going to Witches Pie - wasn't open - caught a taxi and when to Chu - for breakfast - very good - Stressed is desserts ...
... the airconditiong when we headed back inside. Simon and I had been to Madam Tussauds in Sydney, but the kids had not been before. We had a lot of fun being silly with the wax models. While some of the models were the same as in Sydney, probably around half were different, usually they were local Thai celebrities. There were also more interactive areas in Bangkok, with virtual tennis, kicking soccer goals, beating up a villian, karaoke, and a dance off.
After looking at ...
We went straight from checkin to on the plane, and again Graham had done a wonderful job. We were Section F, and thought "back again", but this time it was right at the front, boarding with first class, who went upstairs. It made it really easy, except that, as we were late, there was no overhead locker space for us until several rows back, which made it tricky when it came time to disembark.
Once again, we had ...
... Aaron who live in KitchenerWaterloo. They are just beginning their 3 week Thai holiday so luckily we intersected in Bangkok for 24 hours. We wandered around a bit, ate a lot and were never surprised at the madness here.
So, that's that! Tomorrow I switch gears, and climates, and I touchdown in Tokyo. Wish me luck and I will tell you all that unfolds on my Japanese invasion.