The Heritage Bangkok
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... golden Buddha.
In size this had nothing on the Buddhas at Monywa in Myanmar but the shine from the gold as we entered the room was very wow! He was 43 meters of gold-amazingness with stunning mother of pearl detail on the feet.
Our dear Buddha friend must also have had a brilliant sense of humour as no sooner had we left the shelter of his home ...
... bar on koh San road- the happy bar. I ordered a bucket of vodka and lemonade and holly another Chang. We drank and chit chatted and noticed two English girls behind us , holly made me approached them as we wanted friend so naturally I did. After talking and drinking with our new friends Amy and Becky we decided to move on - first stop a ping pong show!! We paid 300baht and watch a very strange series of event which including Bananas, opening ...
... avail of her nightly bottle and we had pre-empted the lack of proper milk with some 7-eleven UHT milk cartons. We also thought that it might be a good chance to remove the regular delight from Chlöe's nightly agenda - big mistake! After a few attempts of trying to explain to a nearly 2 year old that Thailand doesn't have milk, and some beautiful, but unsuccessful lullabies from Kerrie, we caved in. The UHT milk was opened and we all went to ...
... massage, went back to the hostel, got ready and went out again. We went to the club again. When it eventually shut Pete and I went to the next club while stevo went for some food. We lost him when we'd arranged to meet him in the club. Shock. Losing stevo is becoming a recurring theme. We then went to club Lava, which was absolutely terrible. There were little rocks that were trapped inside a little cage that actually made up the pillar, and I stole one ...
... Wat Pho housed one of the largest Reclining Buddha images in the world – 15m high and 43 m long. It was gilded in gold (originally bronze) and was revered by Buddhist all over the world. The image also had huge feet that were complete with mother of pearl soles. A very impressive monument. The Wat itself had more Stupas around and some very detailed tiling again. We walked around for a bit in the heat before we decided to head back to our hotel to get a bit of ...