Suriwongse Tower Inn
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... relay at the London Olympics a few hours before it started - amazing who you can meet by chance. She told me how difficult it was and how here family were still in her home country and she lived in Paris alone. Anyway the temples were amazing we stopped at a few different places then headed to a boat for a cruise back to Bangkok where another amazing lunch was served. It has been a scorcher of a day and I have just got back, the French girl Lenora gave me her Facebook and ...
... third largest reclining Buddha in Thailand and one the most beautiful. After spending some time looking around the boys were able to experience a traditional Thai massage, from students training at the Temple's massage school. All the boys seemed to enjoy the experience (as well as the free wi-fi there.....).
We then jumped onto a Longtail boat and travelled down the Chao Phraya River to the pier near Ko Sanh Rd. A longtail ...
... had a brilliant night and didn't get back home until the early hours of the morning! After a really busy day, on Sunday we had a relaxing, chill out day at the pool. The pool is so quiet, it is like having our own private pool. I spent the evening preparing for my lessons at the school tomorrow, which I will be leading on my own! Hopefully, it will go well! It is impossible to capture the whole of the experience in photos, but I have tried to take a few! ...
Our last buffet breakfast in Vietnam. I got brave and ate a little more adventurous. The kids worked on a bit of homework before it was time to go to the airport. Prior to the cab ride, I went in search of baguettes for emergency snacks. Last night, my camera battery was on the charger so I also needed to get more ...
... no more elephants wandering the city streets, more high rise, more posh shopping malls, bars and restaurants but it is still possible to find the Bangkok of old hidden in amongst the developments.
As we have such a small amount of time here we limit our sightseeing to Wat Pho, The Royal Palace and hopping on and off river ferries on the Chao Praya River. We visit the new Asiatique river mall which ...