Kantary House, Bangkok
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... the ancient capital of Thailand. The city was sacked by the conquering Burmese army in the 1700's and many of the temples were burned and left as ruins. We got to ride around in a tuk-tuk with a driver who is not a qualified tour guide but speaks English well enough that we had a good tour. We saw several intriguing ruins, all royal temples, had a short elephant ride, mostly as a photo - op, a floating market boat ...
The taxi driver we hired to take us the the floating market did not turn up after we returned from our boat trip. Lesson learned from it, don't pay in advance. luckily we only paid half of the money and had to take local bus back to Bangkok instead. It turned out to be cheaper and faster way of travelling. The good luck blessing from the monk, who also gave us small Buddha and bracelet to protect us , obviously ...
... at KL and at the new terminal KLIA2, looked very impressive as we pulled up to the gate but had a fairly bland interior until you got to the shopping areas, even the carpet was coming up and there were holes in the lino not good, its only been open about 9 months.
We had pizza and a club sandwich for tea but as it was nearly a kilometre walk to the next plane we felt we may have walked some of it ...
... Khaosan seems to be much more tame with almost "boutique-like" shops and the sidewalk tents stripped down to be much more open.
Ate fresh sliced Papaya, bubble tea, and pad thai.
Exercised along the river and then had vegetables and chicken and banana pancake.
... 160;a drenching. Although he was very good-natured, our taxi driver clearly didn't know the way and had to ask a lady who was cleaning the street. Fortunately, taxis here are very cheap so we didn't mind too much. We were supposed to be meeting Liam at Wat Arun at 1.00pm but the traffic was so heavy that we were half an hour late. Thankfully, Liam had had difficulties of his own with a wiley tuk tuk driver and was also late so we ...