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We went on a free trip organised by the hotel on a half day tour of Bangkok finishing off with a visit to a gemstone factory and shop.
We went past the King's Palace which is so ornately beautiful. Our mini bus took us through the busy gridlocked streets of Bangkok to one of the ferry terminals. We jumped aboard a packed ferry boat …
... as we met in the kitchen for breakfast we checked out how we'd all fared. It seemed that the only one NOT to be affected and 'detoxed' by the soup was our chef Christiane! And so ends my second week in Chiangmai . It's Saturday today and so far I've done nothing except have avocado and pomegranate for breakfast. I may have to redress the balance by popping out for some cake later. But for now I'm just going to add some photos to this blog and get stuck into reading DonnaTartt's 'The ...
... about 3.30. We sat and ate guava and cashew nuts for a while. There was a football match Paiboon wanted to watch at 4 but kept getting delayed due to rain (it ended up being on at 6.45). So while we waited Thai dubbed Mickey Mouse Clubhouse came on which amused me greatly. I told them I'd have to watch that soon enough but no one changed the channel anyway.
Me and Gayoon went for a walk around the complex here to see all the amenities and to just stretch ...
... Grabbed a quick bite to eat as we were on a time schedule for Chris to get back to the hotel, to watch the final F1 race of the season, and see Hamilton win. Having caught the practice and qualifying live on the hotel room tv we assumed the same for the race...but oh no! Chris had to watch the whole race on his iPhone, with continuous buffering issues - not a happy man but at least he got to see his hero win! We celebrated with our free welcome drink at the hotel bar, not ...
... with Mi and Ma in Krabi, and I will try to do a snorkeling there (the right way, where I don't fill up my air tube with water the first time my head goes in). And if all that is going well, maybe I'll start doing some of the classroom stuff online, and I can do the actual certification in Malaysia when I get there. Which will be better as well since I will have less of a time constraint (as opposed to trying to get to Chiang Mai by the 6th).
Mi told me ...