Grand Tower Inn Sukhumvit 55
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... that all the dots have been drawn - and the picture is - we are going home.
A Thai air flight is booked for midnight tonight- so crossing everything - we go to the airport by ambulance around 9pm - and then get the flight. Arrive Brisbane around noon - a direct flight which is great.
Thanks to to everyone for all your kind wishes and positive thoughts - will catch up with you by phone or personally over the next few weeks.
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... from lunch and we have a quiet night in with a few beers and a takeaway pizza as big as a coffee table. Well, the early part of the evening is 'in'. Jamie takes them back in another taxi as he knows where he's going and can tell the driver in Thai. Because it is a religious holiday today it is against the law to sell alcohol anywhere but Jamie knows a dodgy bar and they stop off there to finish off their ...
Oscar is being unusually quiet. Not quite sure what I have done to deserve this honor but this is a good opportunity to press on with moving up to date with my Asian life. I was talking to my dad the other day and he thinks that I should look into getting this published, a prospect I have never really considered up till now. If you want to send me feedback on this (both positive or negative), that would help me make up my mind. In the meantime back to my adventures. ...
... plentiful here. It is a problem not only in South East Asia but everywhere in the world. All the garbage is going to make our world a big smelly dump if we don't do something soon. It made me feel upset to see all this garbage everywhere.I think that when I get home, whenever I see some trash, I won't hesitate to pick it up.
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... Phra Kaew and Wat Pho) of Bangkok’s early history. After the fall of Ayuthaya, King Taksin ceremoniously clinched control here on the site of a local shrine (formerly known as Wat Jaeng) and established a royal palace and a temple to house the Emerald Buddha. The temple was renamed after the Indian god of dawn (Aruna) and in honour of the literal and symbolic founding of a new “Ayuthaya.
It wasn’t until the capital and the Emerald ...