TK Palace Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... this brilliant vinaigrette of oregano before...add it to 'empty meat' steak which is super thin (I'll find it) and it's great 4. PISCO SOUR Not my thing but a refreshing cocktail Oscar lived on 5. TAMALES If your craving corn, I had a green one stuffed with cheese and wrapped in a corn leaf that was lovely. 6. PURPLE POTATO GNOCCI This is soft and brilliant, unfortunately 80% through mine I found a chunk of non dissolved white fish used to make the 'vegetarian' sauce, ...
... Lent. This will last 3 months. We joined the lines lighting yellow candles and bundles of incense . Our guide gave us amazing detail and insights into Buddhism and the Thai way of life.The public buildings of Bangkok are ornate and exotic. The city has 2000 temples and shrines are outside many businesses.
What we have learned- hot pink taxis are called Barbie taxis, toilets are called Happy Rooms, power lines would not be a go in NZ, up to 5 on a motorbike- ...
... local to accompany us back to our guesthouse. The staff assured us that the dogs don't bite but it is hard to keep that in mind when four or five of them are circling round you and barking in what feels like an aggressive manor. However it was quite amusing when one of the staff S'man mimed out what we should do to discourage the dogs with props including an umbrella and golf club and even escorted us on his bicycle down the lane so that we felt safe. Stray dogs are a fact ...
... up with: When we are born, we can't speak at all. But since speaking is very important to our survival - or at least to our quality of life - a big part of our brains are given over to language acquisition in our early years. As we get older and have our first language under our belt, the brain's capacity for learning languages deliberately diminishes - in order to free up that brain power to do other, more important things. Having at least one language ...
... we managed to explore a completely different quarter. We accidentally entered through the animal section, which was rather distressing to walk around. Snakes, reptiles, puppies, chicks, ducklings, chipmunks and mice were for sale on every stall. The smell was overwhelming and we felt incredibly sorry to see animals (who should have been with their mothers) on display in cramped cages for people to buy. We left as quickly as possible (difficult given the confusing nature ...