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... Prathom. The biggest surprises in our schedules were that we would be teaching at the same school on Tuesdays - Wattana Wittaya Academy - Thailand's first all-girls boarding school, and that Becky would be teaching at Chitralada - the Royal Palace school. We were quite surprised to find that we'd both be teaching at such prestigious schools and Becky is understandably nervous about the potential of teaching some distant royal relations (apparently the Prince's son goes there, ...
... you don't want the Asian branded stuff because apparently that doesn't even work either. I've got the choice between Nivea and Coppertone, 20 minutes away, in a pharmacy/chemist store called "Boots."
We hopped in our taxi (Uber is available here too, how crazy awesome!), awkwardly laughing at all the things our driver was saying in Thai. We watched the meter nervously, afraid we were going to be ripped off and even more afraid of having to say anything if ...
... life. In his last 5 years, he would have a cappuccino and sprinkle sugar on
top, then spoon it off with the froth. Didn't get them at Hintok Cutting.
Went on to the to Reclining Buddha. He's a big bloke; covered in some golden stuff.
Again he is in a temple in a massive complex with heaps of buildings.
Had enough, so back to hotel and wait for a few hours before heading out airport
for a 1955 flight, arriving Sydney about 0800.
... repeatedly. We discovered you must have extreme lack of enthusiasm to work the job of orange juice salesman. All in all, it wasn’t great, but it wasn’t terrible, although I would have greatly preferred paying a little bit more for the tour price and being able to fly to Chiang Mai and being able to sleep in a real bed at night. In any event, we were able to check into our rooms early enough to shower before heading up to yet another ...
... half an hour or so, then it's downtown madness! Car after car, jam after jam. We didn't'move once we hit the downtown, this was worse than London in rush hour! As we crept a long there were markets, temples and people that lined the roads. I noticed street food vendors sitting next to their stands whilst using there iPads. Bangkok seems very developed, everyone is connected. There is pollution ...