Riverfront Residence Serviced Apartments
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... tomorrow. With the help of the Thai team they explained that I needed my bag. Eventually we found it at reception. It was pretty late so we decided to sleep at the railway station and get the first train in the morning. We arrived by taxi and it was a struggle finding a space. There must have been 100 people, mainly Thai sleeping on mats. I wasn't sure why they were there, but if it's good enough for the locals, it's good enough for us. We found a spot and fell ...
... Mansion, another abode that one of the kings of Thailand had built. It was made largely of teak wood, and styled like a very large Tommy Bahama house. The grounds were lovely, and the home looked more like a wealthy person's grand holiday home than a palace to me. Buses of tourists had been routed here (probably because of the Grand Palace closing) and the staff at the Mansion appeared frazzled to have so many guests parading through their 3rd tier tourist ...
... having been recommended by Chris, I tried Pad Krapao moo sub (stir-fried minced pork with holy basil topped with a fried egg). YUM! Chris also took me to another market on my last evening to meet more of his friends, this time being a vintage night market, 'Talat Rot Fai', with a hip young atmosphere, many clothes stalls, a few bars with live bands and of course... more food! I ate Khao mok gai (Thai chicken biryani), whilst Chris and his friend Nay opted for their ...
... hate. Big motorbikes! -Thai love their royal family, their portraits and Thai flags are absolutely everywhere! -The temples here are nothing short of incredibly impressive. We went to see the main ones and took the boat on the river. Bling and gold I tell you. Emerald Buddha temple and the reclining Bhudda temple are some of the ones that have impressed us. We had to borrow clothes to get in, Michal a pair of pants and me an robe and shirt. All the ...
... etc that was being sold on land and in the water.
After leaving the markets we went to an elephant camp and on the way back into Bangkok we was taken to the same jewellery factory that we had seen that day before!
We then decided to get dropped off at Wat Pho temple rather than the hotel. Wat Pho is the home of the 15m high and 43m long Reclining Buddha, inside the temple we had to take off ...