Chateau De Bangkok
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... Pound. Pat ( Fairfax) lent it to me about two years ago and I hadn't had a chance to read it, so I'd thrown it into my hand luggage at the last moment. Dorothy's book group consists of a very fluid group of expatriates of all nationalities, and some of them only attend when they're in Chiangmai. A couple of the women I spoke to ran their own AirBNB or had home exchanges in different parts of the world, and were itinerant citizens of the world. Again, another world I hadn't ...
Nice sunny day in Bangkok. I cant believe this is the cold season! We took a taxi to Pier Takskin and took 40 baht ($1.20) longboat to the stop near Grand Palace. We toured the palace grounds and saw the Emerald Buddha. Walked to Wat Pho and saw the reclining Buddha and grounds. Very pretty ornate temples. Took the 3 baht longboat ferry across to Wat Arun and climbed the very steep steps,, but ...
... maybe because I had already been to this particular Floating Market, but went again for Sasha and Neno's sake...we still had a good time though...and after the market our driver took us to a snake show...it was curious, and we had a good time there as well...
The food tour though exceeded our expectations...yes, we sampled various ...
... general unpleasant attention than I had had all day!
Out of the places I visited, including the Golden Buddha and Lumphini park both of which I visited today and did enjoy, especially the Golden Buddha, but neither was incredible, Wat Pho was my favourite. The Grand Palace, quite honestly, wasn’t that grand for a palace; it was quite big, very golden and there was lots of swords, guns and canons. That’s about all there is to say about it. ...
... which was near China Town and took some photos out the front. I had to rent a shawl to go in the temple as my shoulders were uncovered. The golden Buddha looked amazing which is not surprising as it is the worlds largest solid gold statue (5.5 metric tons of solid gold). It also has an incredible story, the origins of the statue have been lost over time but at some point it was plastered over with stucco in order to hide it's true value from ...