Miracle Suvarnabhumi Airport
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- Swimming pool
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... starting with a temple across the road called Wat Ratchabophit. It was absolutely beautiful – lots of gold leaf, porcelain tiles and colour. It was our first temple visit, yet I was blown away by the magnificence of it and I couldn’t fathom how The Grand Palace could be any grander! It was very serene, with only a few monks clad in orange robes and people praying about. Next we walked east across a canal to nearby Saranrom Royal Garden, a lovely oasis amongst the ...
... iced shakes. In total the lunch was just over 500 baht which is about £10. WAT PHO So we had arrived at our second excursion of the day Wat Pho the place in which a gold Buddha lies which is bigger than Godzilla and more golden than the gun used in the bond movie. The reclining Buddha also known as 'Wat Phra Chettuphon Wimon Mangkhlaran Ratchaworanahawihan, to the locals but shortened for obvious reasons, stands, or lies in this case at a staggering ...
... hunting fish with bamboo rods. The ship stopped in some stunning bays in cerulean waters where we dived and back flipped off the top of the boat. We climbed in scorching heat to a mountain top viewpoint for excellent panoramic opportunities. I met Christian, Kiwi Hamish and Google worker Doug, so alongside the people I had previously met on the boat we partied until ...
... is also a silk museum at the Palace. The Queen is largely responsible for setting up Thailand's silk industry to ensure an income for the rural communities. Just another reason why the people love the King and Queen so much.
Every night, we were amazed at the noise coming from outside our hotel room and thought that it was just the norm for the Bangkok nightlife. However, we soon discovered that it was not party animals making the noise. It was the protestors near ...
... in a tank of fish. This is the part of my story where I meet Jean Marc. Seeing me staring at them he calls me over in almost perfect English. I ask him if I can take a picture of both of them. He refuses with a sly grin and tells me I have to experience it with him and then he will take a picture of me. I look down at the little fish nibbling at their feet and in my head I am like NO WAY. However, I want to seem brave in front of this handsome stranger so I ...