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... after being put in a strange uniform we were then beaten up and walked on for an hour by a giggling Thai lady. It was an experience I guess, but it may be a while before we're brave enough to go again!
The day after we went to Wat Pho, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. To make the experience truly terrifying, we got a tuk-tuk there and back.
The reclining Buddha is 15 metres high and 43 ...
... and Fabian went to see the Amazing Spiderman 2 as we realized it had just come out! It was really good with quite the plot twist at the end (unless fans of the comic have revealed it to you already which was the case for me…).
The following day we were going to do some sightseeing so we went to Golden Mount Temple and the 50m standing Buddha statue, but we missed the opening times for the Royal Palace as we got fooled by a promoter to a store (he pretended to ...
... town and even then foreigners were only allowed to go to certain areas. Three crossing points have recently opened, but I have booked cheap return flight to Mandalay , which means I have to get back there to leave or I might forget the flight if I'm near a crossing point back in to Thailand ? I returned yesterday morning and joined the long Que outside. You then move to a que inside to window 4 where you eventually hand your passport and other info to the clerk . ...
... of the Chao Phraya River, the legendary Wat Arun is recognized as being one of the most striking riverside landmarks of Thailand. And, I totally agree with this!
You'll also be interested in knowing that despite its name, the most spectacular views of the glittering monument can be seen from the east side of the river at sunset (and not at ...
... it when things change. I was in a rotten mood the year my mum blew my world to bits when she decided we should spend our Christmas morning in what was then our large front living room (now her antiques shop) rather than our cosy little lounge at the back of the house, where we had traditionally spent it. Why change a winning formula? I argued, to which other, sane family members would query why it mattered so much which room we spent it in.
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