Centre Point Pratunam Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... please...) Oli can now swim! It's so amazing what a bit a peer pressure can do. We have toiled for years to get Oli to put his face in the water and swim but he has resisted very effectively until now. He is now swimming (only 5m at a time), going under water for up to 20 seconds and jumping off low diving boards without a float. The change is absolutely incredible. I could not be more proud (or more terrified as he now seems to think he's ...
... flip side, these classes are some of my barmiest, craziest kids going and they can be pretty loud when the want to be. That doesn't bode well for a teacher who's voice has taken a stroll. Still the day went relatively smoothly. What I'm struggling with at the moment is remembering different children's names. It must be easier for us than a standard teacher though, because we get to put nametags on our children. The downside to this could be that it makes us lazy, although ...
... chicken satay), meeting somewhere in the middle (oyster omelette) and finishing with Western (cheese on toast). We could've spent a lot of time there, soaking up the atmosphere in one of the numerous quirky outside cocktail bars, but unfortunately we were restricted on time. The last Skytrain left the station just after 11pm, so we caught a taxi and made it to the station just in time. After a lazy morning by the pool we ventured out to find some lunch. Quite often ...
... said - or that on closer inspection the map said "Not to Scale". Anyway, a lunch break at Hard Rock, and the obligatory t-shirt later, we jumped into a taxi to the Grand Palace, again paying way more than we should but way less than we would have in Adelaide!
As we were about to walk into the main entrance to the Palace, it started to rain! Unlike all of the thousands (I am not joking!) of Asian tourists on their guided bus tours, we had not packed our umbrellas so we again got ...
... they were sad. We then went to the 'Grand Palace' temple. It was the first Buddhist temple we have been to in Thailand and was amazing. There were so many buildings to go into. When we went into the temples we had to take off our shoes. It kinda creeped me out to walk barefoot with tons of other people. It was sooooo hot and humid too! It rained at one point but then it stopped. To go into the grounds ...