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... but not so much other languages. When I want something, then its time to barter.
I will say that most of the places I visit on this trip are mainly due to Ryan Bacchus. My good friend from the Pride of America ship I was just on. He has been to Asia many times and given me many suggestions of what to do and how to survive. His list for Bangkok. Three Wats, or Temples in English. So Off I went. As I was walking I was at a stop light waiting to cross and I guess ...
... on, shower, gin and cooked tea. Erratum Yesterday I forgot to mention a special little exhibition about Thai silk put on in a building in the Grand Palace. Now the king and queen of Thailand are very popular I suspect in part because, despite both being born outside the country they have both gone out of their way to visit and support the more remote areas of the country. The queen took it upon herself in the 1970's I believe, to seek ...
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... was watched before the weather turned more wet (a welcome relief!) and we left to return to our hotel using the famous Tuk Tuk as our method of transport. This was fun but the tripod design and madness of Thai driving (remember Wacky Races?) did cause me to wince on more than one occasion as we came very close to other drivers of varying sized vehicles. I really enjoyed it though - like an episode of Top Gear - plus it was something I have always wanted to do.
... off to explore the seafood market, floating market, and train market. As we flew down the freeway at 120 km/hr I was amazed at how dense this city really is. My head continually shifted from left to right for quite some time before I started to make myself dizzy. It's like I didn't know where to look. I couldn't get over the amount of people just freely riding around in the back beds of trucks. All I could envision was them being catapulted out and soon becoming fresh road kill ...