The Park 9, A Living Serviced Residence
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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 ...
... hem hagut de fer la cua i recollir uns pareos i una camisa. Com que fan tan “goig”, doncs no ens deixen que els fem fotos. Això doncs, no hi ha fotos de l’Ariana ni l’Elena al palau reial. Vam entrar a veure com els peregrins resaven i feien ofrenes al Buda de Jade i tot mirant, escoltant i llegint, ens adonem de la mescla d’influències entre el Budisme i l’Hinduisme. ...
... literally the size of buildings. Despite the large swarms of people, the metro experience is quite orderly. People line up in single file to get on the subway, systematically arrange themselves side by side on the train, and remain quiet throughout.
The beauty of a long international trip is that after sleeping the whole time, I actually felt well-rested when I arrived. So at 9am, I hit the town running. I took the metro to a ferry that was dually a tour of the ...
... amp; my mum had a foot massage. And me and my dad had a neck & shoulder. (All 4 of us for £10 for 45 minutes) My dad also had a foot scrub from the fish!
After the massage we made my dad take up the challenge of eating the bugs that he had said he was going to do from day 1. He got a big plate with a bit of everything to try. We bought a scorpion to try. It was very dry and crispy. An unpleasant texture but not too bad.
Our last day together in BKK we spent ...
... bar down the road that required wristband entrance. With the mention of the bracelet, I had a flashback from an interaction earlier the night. I lifted my arm to show off my wristband and said, “Already got it, let’s go.” Apparently Kate was good for more than just free drinks.
Levels closed at 3a.m. so Hannah, our Argentinian polo-playing friends and me walked to the VIP club. We spent the rest of the morning ...