Citrus Sukhumvit 22 Hotel Bangkok
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... br> Returning to our hotel provided another opportunity to see the contrast between the old and new of Bangkok. We waited at the dock for 10-15 minutes, mostly being yelled at (along with many others) by the dock wranglers, as many other small boats boarded. We made it home and the kids set their sights on the pool, where we wound down the day. We knew we had a big day planned for the 6th, our guided tour outside BKK with Nok.
... reach out and pull your mirror in so they do not have to work at getting between it and the car on the other lane.
OH one more thing. If you are driving make sure you drive on the left!! Yes ,left!!
It felt very strange to get into a car with the driver on the right. But as you are riding along you hold your breath as they turn in the wrong lane--- until you realize your not in Kansas anymore.
Your in Thailand
... driver to bring us back to our air-conditioned sanctuary of a hotel and treated ourselves to a mani/pedi (Kris' first!). We capped the day with a chilled beer by the pool and a couple games of cribbage (we each one once).
Today's dedication goes to Jill, Ray, Per, Simon, and Sparrow: Thanks for sending us on this amazing temple experience, so we could learn a little more about Buddhist culture and art, and for the cool ferry ride to get there!
... hello yada yada… we were being harassed everywhich way… too bad I had turned in to this total Canadian unable to be a mean ******* and started chatting everyone up which added time and time onto our small amount of time to see everything… eventually I mistakenly handed over my map to a person who I thought was helping us…. Nope! He would not give it up! Even though I tried to get it back… he offered us a ride on a ...
... respected. Lunch over, and I headed for my next meeting. My hosts kindly gave me a lift to The Four Seasons Hotel where I waited excitedly in the lounge for Somsri and 'uncle' Stephen. I first met them over 30 years ago when I first taught Thai students at the University in Singapore. Somsri ran an educational agency, Regency Travel, and Stephen was the finance guru. Somsri's son Wow came to stay with us in Singapore. Then, when I started Home End School she made ...