PJ Watergate Hotel
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It was ok
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... fake Raybans and Chanel sunnies at 3 for 660B. We also found some phone cases for 280B. Now we were ready to dump our haul and head off to dinner at Ban Khun Mae. Ban Khun Mae has been in Siam Square for at least a couple of decades and it looks quite quaint and traditional compared to the many new building which surround it. The food was average but reasonably inexpensive. With our tummies full it was off to do some more shopping at ...
... is here and so is Thailand's largest Reclining Buddha and largest Buddha image collection. The reclining Buddha is 158 feet long, 45 feet high, modeled in plaster and covered in gold leaf. It is massive, it's almost to big for it's shelter. What's really stunning about this guy is the bottom of his feet (see pic). They are inlaid with mother of pearl ornamentation that illustrates the 108 auspicious characteristics of a Buddha. He's about 200 years ...
... jam, you had got through it within a couple of minutes rather than hours.
And weirdly this is the same with the city too, building and shops seems to be suffocatingly close to each other, almost like they are are strangling each other to get the attention of clueless tourists trying to coax them out of their freshly changed Baht.
It seems like a tetrisized mess of large buildings and small alleys full of bright vibrant neon signs in Thai, which to the untrained eye ...
... boast about. Google it, I dare ya.
With 11 days of adventure, I'm not planning on saving much time for blogging. So consider this your own personal vacation - a few days to spare yourself from my bragging about beautiful weather and whining about sunburn. But be warned, once I get back - I'll be blogging at full force (after my friends upload their photos of ...
Down to breakfast at 8:00 then back to the room where I watch a couple of mediocre movies on TV to pass the time.
I go out for a walk around the Khao San area and whilst it wasn't busy by any stretch of the imagination there were still plenty of people strolling around. I go to the Democracy Monument where the road was closed by tens of thousand of people when we were here in November but today there ...