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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 …
... war graves to learn the tragic history of the war in this place. 10.45 we walked across the famous bridge built by prisoners and locals with some more recent repairs. At 11.00 we had to step out of the way as the train crossed the bridge. 11.45 we arrived at our activity resort where Harry cycled. But both of us enjoyed elephant rides (but not bathing - full immersion in the River Kwai on the back of an elephant did not appeal!); kayaking and a bamboo raft ride. ...
... t exist in Europe may get you down, so learning to adapt and understand is part of the journey, I don't think however it changes you as a person. We've certainly come to appreciate Europe and the western culture more, but probably one of the biggest cultural differences that we feel needs to spread to the western world is that of Buddhism. It's not as though we are going to become Buddhists tomorrow, but I do believe we would benefit from more teachings to ...
Happy daffodils and dragons!It feels like the hottest day so far, 38 degrees and muggy, and it's also the day we are going to Chatuchak Market, the biggest in Thailand with over 8,000 stalls mainly covered by a corrugated iron roof and hot even on a coolish day. (Spellchecker just corrected coolish to foolish, how wise!). But we're off to buy buttons so it will be worth it, well in my book anyway.
The aircon on ...
... Tommy to arrive, there flight was a bit delayed but got here around half 9sih.
they were pretty tired so we took them to the street stall we had eaten at earlier and then just chilled in the room.
The next morning we all slept in till about 12!!
We went out and had breakfast and thought we would go to one of the palaces, apart from we
then found out it was only open till 3.30 so we decided it might be better if we did it the next day.