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... day. Also good! Mitigating the unknown!!
August 12th, 2014
In Bangkok. hanging out for the next few hours til I fly out tonight. Purging my over the limit baggage -I want to NOT if possible pay the extra $10 per kg baggage fee! In the process of this purgefest, I'm changing the nature of my trip! which was also changed by my only getting a three month visa instead of a six month one. ...
... pets, cooking, trees and flowers.
Princes birthday - party time.
Chancers telling us everything is closed.
Srah tourguide through little India to Wat Pho. Free entry for 10 minutes!! Get lost. Find reclining buddha and almost get locked in for an overnight stay.
Give up walking home, tuktuk it after some chancers try to rob us.
Sarahs first roadside dining experience on Soi 2. Fricking delicious, best pad thai ever, cooked in front of us ...
... and the HUGE reclining Buddha was something that 'you have to go and see.' Sadly there wasn't a huge amount of information on for visitors to read. While I've got some cool photos, I didn't really learn much about Buddhism. The highlight of the day was accidentally stumbling across a street restaurant called "Ok, Steak." Sadly there was no steak on the menu but the Thai red curry was easily the best I've had so ...
... sheer size is amazing. Finally onto Wat Suthat, the oldest temple in Bangkok that has a large amount of stupa's where I think the Kings are laid to rest.?
We had to get money out so searched and found our bank in Central World, when we were waiting to be served when I made light of the situation. So this want be funny to anyone as you weren't there and to be honest even the hubby does find it funny. So anyway each time the automated system called the next number out ...
... got out of the crowded part of the river and were traveling towards the lake the scenery changed and houses became few and far between with people working up in the fields bringing in the crops of beans and sesame seeds. Dad caught this little guy skiving and hanging out on the bamboo poles of the crop waterer
When we got to the lake it was just an huge expanse ...