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Trip on canal boat today and then visit to the temples. Fed the fish in the canal with very large loaves of bread - gone in seconds!! Walked to Wat pho reclining Buddha temple then had lunch at Royal Navy ladies club - well that was the name but don't ask me why! Lovely lunch of shrimps with fresh fruit and some funny looking rice pudding! To go to the loo you had to take a ticket from a little box, walk through the door and a few feet along ...
... the more I'm persuaded of their benefits: good for everything from hives to hot flushes.
Then there are the pomelos, the giants of the citrus family. Conveniently peeled by the hawkers, broken into segments and wrapped in polythene on foam trays, they make a great street takeaway. They are sweeter than grapefruit and terrific at the touch of the tongue. Perhaps a more sensuous experience still is the street-side indulgence of mangoes and sticky rice. It's ...
... Mick nearly had a coronary at and that was the Biggest Gems International Gallery in the World. I was in their for at least 2 hours and it was absolutely brilliant with my own lady to show me each cabinet of different Gems also the work room where they made their Jewellery, that cost a few Baht by the time we left but it was worth every bit. Not sure if Mick agrees but I was really happy with my purchases.
... took many photos of the skyline while surrounded by orange-clad monks doing their meditations. From there we went back to Khoasan Road for some clothes shopping, pineapple, coconut and a yummy dinner (grilled prawns, stir fried pork and cashews, massaman curry with sticky rice and Chang beer). While paying (820 baht) we realised that it was quite pricey and in fact the whole day had been pricier than thought as Mark had been using the wrong conversion sum the entire ...
... should go out. There had been two or three rather vague invites to food places from various members of Fun Language, but because they were so vague and because we are trying to save some money we opted to go out by ourselves down to Victory Monument, where we enjoyed a partially American meal followed by a deliciously American ice cream all in celebration of Independence Day (hey, we'll celebrate anything, we're not ...