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It was only 9:30am at this point, so things were just starting to open up. Our first stop was the Grand Palace, the former residence of the monarch, and site of Wta Phra Kaew, Temple of the Emerald Buddha. We spent a good few hours wandering through the temple and palace grounds, being amazed by the beautiful architecture of the buildings, and trying the dodge the 30 bus loads of people that were sharing the site with ...
... She was not pushy or aggressive, she did not try to plan our entire trip nor did she want all our money. We managed to get two great deals on a 1 day elephant training, and a 2 day trek whilst we are in Chiang Mai which we are both very excited for! (Su not so much for the trek). We then headed out for a few drinks and this is where we had our first few buckets. We were ripped off with one for 500 Baht before getting ...
... while looking over our iPad menues. The nibbles included lime roasted lotus root, soya meringue with toasted cashew, and homemade squid and prawn chips with oyster mayo. I mean, come on...that's just awesome.
We arrived at a table covered in roses and were promptly delivered a complementary glass of fresh strawberries and champagne in celebration of our honeymoon. We received Tom Kha Snow with Mushrooms and Pickled Lemon, which we ...
... wigglers and brought them over to the canal edge and released them! We watched as several people did the same thing.
After our canal tour, we were back on the bus and on our way to the docks to embark on the ship that will be our home for the rest of this trip - the Aegean Odyssey. We have about 300 passengers on board and I can't say enough good things about the ship, the food and the staff - all good. But more about that later.
... the patio to find some things to eat, guessing what they were- little coconut pancakes, rice noodles with mystery sauce, and some fried dough cylinders.
I had been slightly disappointed in Bangkok proper because I did not see the Thai charm that was expressed in my guidebook. Here I felt for the first time that I got to see the Thai people as they have been described. They were constantly smiling, very gracious, bowing deeply with their ...