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... lunch. The market was a very busy with food cooking , cats every were and stalls selling household items ha interesting. We were all prepare to eat off a food stall until we came across the sick fruit - yes a fruit which smells and taste like sick - it was very off putting so we found a little restaurant with air con and enjoyed a ham and cheese sandwich and chips ha ha very cultured. We then return back to the hotel via a tuk tuk and enjoyed a roof ...
... passation". When a member of the royal family goes out, all roads are temporarily blocked. Grinning we tell Sunny that our queen's car broke down and she just called the roadservice. He replies that the king and family are to be distant. We tell him our king is not that into protocol. No judgement here; just marking a cultural difference. (@M: Yes I can). Sunny takes us to a restaurant hosted by friends. We get good food an company and love the warmth ...
... monk say 150THB, then 30THB and when I told him that was more than I wanted to pay, he said it's okay and it's free. He offered one to Jason as well, but Jason kindly refused it. I felt awkward taking it as a gift and offered the monk 15THB, but he refused to take it. It was really kind of him.
After leaving Wat Pho we walked in the insane heat and humidity to the Grand Palace. We were not lied to about the price of admission though, it is 500THB. Before ...
... sofas and mahogany wood finish, it felt great to be pampered; mind that we were the only ones onboard. The skyscrapers all around us from both side of the river were amazing with all their lights on and reflections on the water’s surface. The Lebua At State Tower could even be seen.
It was a nice way of ending my first day here in Bangkok. Happy dreams!