Bandara Suites Silom
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Such a change from the UK
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... We had a healthy discussion about the book ( and we had all enjoyed it in some way )and had something cheesy and Italian to eat. I had a long cold Chang beer. Then Dorothy dropped me off at Baan Song Jum. Christiane, Michel and the young American couple were sitting in the communal area under the house looking very comfortable with a bottle of red wine . And Christiane had made an amazing chocolate cake. So I joined them for dessert. Tuesday morning we had booked a cooking class ...
... for the views! Had some good street market food along the way and at lunch after I was quite full at a riverside cafe the cook came out and brought me some extra chicken. When i didn't finish it she came out and insisted, loading up the spoon with it and pushing it toward my mouth. It was funny, her gesturing that i need to eat more and patting the back of my head and saying in her very limited english "happy new ...
... and stopped at some seemingly "hole-in-the-wall" little restaurants that fed us the most delicious dishes...but also - our guide was fun and very informative, we stopped at schools and temples in addition to just "eating establishments", and we really learned a lot while having a blast...so, kudos to Bangkokfoodtours.com ...we chose a private tour itinerary called ...
... Wat Pho, first of all there’s a really nice vibe there and secondly, not only are the giant golden Buddha statues extremely impressive (particularly the famous ‘Reclining Buddha’) but I had an incredible hour long body massage whilst I was there which got me excited about learning to give them which is what I’m off to do now. I’m writing this sitting on the overnight train up to Chiang Mai. I’ll be there for at least a week for the course ...
... In 1955 the statue was being moved to a new building when the lifting ropes snapped, sending it crashing to the ground. Chunks of plaster broke off revealing what had been hidden for 200 years, the true image was made from solid gold. The hair and hat was 99% pure gold, the head 80% and the body 40%. Its current market value is over $260,000,000 but as an item of historical and religious significance its true value is incalculable.