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... ever seen. He drove so fast and so close to the central barrier that I wasn't at all sure I would get to the airport in one piece. He was on and off the phone all the way there. I was so relieved when I got to the airport and was able to put two feet on the ground.
Given the long day I had yesterday I was looking forward to a good rest on the flight and an opportunity to reflect on a very worthwhile trip.
Waking up for the last time in the rainforest this morning, no noises of gibbons this morning though but still it was soo peaceful! We had breakfast and then decided to just chill out for the morning before we headed back to Phuket, we did think about going kayaking with the guide but my shoulders and arms where aching from yesterday and mums legs where aching, so we sunbathed on the decking and went for a swim ...
... check out.
A happening journey cascading through
the Khao San Road
If you really want to experience what
Bangkok is all about, then I'd suggest you hit the famous Khao San Road. This
is where you'll get to find tourists from every corner of the world, some of
Bangkok's best bars, superb cocktail joints, happening clubs, food vendors
cooking literally everything unimaginable and not ...
... to shower and change for the Farewell dinner. At 7:00pm we all walked to the Sala Thip Thai Restaurant which was located poolside at the Shangri-La Wing. There we sat with Kai and Lun Hom, a retired surgical oncologist from Long Beach, California. It was a nice dinner served family style.
Les then addressed the group and thanked everyone. After dinner we all said our farewells. Then we returned to our room. It was another full ...
Today, we went north of Bangkok to the ancient world heritage site of Ayutthya. This incredible site includes a massive Reclining Buddha. Luckily, Johna learned how to use the "panarama" feature on her iphone to take the picture. The temple here is from the 14th century and is amazing. The temple grounds are surrounded by 100s of statues of Buddha, a stunning site to behold Next, we discovered something even more incredible yet, Thai ...