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... big and beautiful, he gets everyone out of the bus and puts us into a circle, he puts these big green stickers on our shirts so he knows who's in our group. We walk around the temple for about an hour and 30 minutes. We saw the temple of the Emerald Buddha, it is the most sacred Buddha image in all of Thailand.
This tour cost about 1200 Baht which is about $35.00. The tour was really worth it, you learn a lot about the temples with the English speaking tour ...
... be seen, only pepsi max or coke zero.
I am writing this quick blog now from the comforts of our room. Matt is sleeping, and I am wide awake, both of us reacting quite differently to the 6 hour time change and poor sleeping on the planes.
Tomorrow shall be quite an exciting day for us though as we are making the trek to Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of the country. Its full of ancient ruins and temples! Think Mortal Kombat locations!
... Tomorrow we will leave our passports at the Vietnam embassy for visa approval to that country( idea is to go there by late March or early April. ) Once they have been ret'd,to us, we will seek processing for Burma...shorter processing time. Bangkok is far beyond our expectations..a bustling, exciting city, similar in ways to Buenos Aires...this is the European city of SE Asia maybe? Ok. Here is your update..tune in soon for more goings on. E and G ...
We arrived relatively refreshed in Bangkok on Thursday morning. We headed to our hotel (the one we first stayed at in November) and, mercifully, the room was ready. So after freshening up we headed out into Bangkok to do some last minute shopping and to enjoy a Thai curry for the last time in Thailand. We came across some of the protestors in Bangkok who ...
... 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 ...