At Ease Saladaeng By Aetas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This past week was quite a busy one for all of us. A month or so ago, I joined the Club Canada Thailand whose membership is comprised of, yes, Canadians currently living in Thailand. It is also open to Thais and others who "like" Canada. The CCT organizes different get togethers and events and I have participated in a couple so far. This week, they organized a cooking class so I figured that I would join in and try a different cooking school from the last one ...
Travelling day today, collected at 10am to go to Siem Reap airport - a very big, and rather empty new building. 12.15 flight to Bangkok on a rather small plane, that was only about one third full. Arrived in Bangkok to be greeted by enormous queues for passport control, reminds me of LA airport where I saw people fainting in the queue due to the length of time standing amongst a crowd ...
... very high throne and no one is allowed to take his picture (sorry).
He now resides in a fantastically decorated boht or chapel.
He has a long history with the Thai people.
At some point he had been covered in some sort of clay to camouflage him. A man had him for years then one day noticed parts of him breaking away. Underneath was the Emerald Buddha ( He is actually Jade) . Anyway. When a King ...
... mainly to my bank balance as we climbed the floors of the infamous lebua hotel to the sky bar where scenes from Hangover 2 was filmed. A real treat to be bowed to and escorted like royalty...and too right when we saw the price of the cocktails! Oh well be rude not to have a 'hangovertini' wouldn't it, the drink of choice served to the cast members; I've basically touched lips with Bradley cooper through that cocktail glass. Or maybe more like Alan...Alright ...
... wanted to! It was also excruciatingly humid, and Bailey doesn't cope with crowds at the best of times (I'm not really a fan either) let alone while she is sick in the heat. The buildings though were amazingly beautiful, and I would love to have heard more about them or have had the time and space to look properly myself. Maybe when I am next in Bangkok I will go when it first opens in the morning. Apparently there was an Emerald Buddha somewhere but we missed that in the crush, even though ...