The Plaza Hotel Bangkok
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... way home, only 150baht (about £3) for an hour so might get another one tomorrow! This evening was super fun. The girls came over and cooked a meal on the floor with a little cooker (we had to cover up the smoke alarm) and we watched the derby. The food was so yummy, even veg tastes better here with loads of fresh chilli and ...
... the river, from the wooden shacks of china town to multi-million dollar skyscrapers, and a means to get to my destination: Wat Pho.
Wat Pho is the largest And oldest Buddhist temple in Thailand known for its huge reclining Buddha statue. I literally gasped when I entered this site; it's got thousands of Buddha statues and lots of ornamentation. You could imagine my excitement when I came across a school housed on site. On site! When I saw the kids sitting and ...
... on my blog that I had to stay in my room all day working on a "special project". That was the project I was working on.
And out of 250 people who applied for the job, they picked ME! So now I will start a new career as a financial editor. I am very sorry to have to leave behind my teaching career - and especially my many wonderful students. But my hand was forced and I had to take action.
Or rather, I thought I had to take action. When I got ...
... the nurse, Dave was boosted up. For Jenna, however the experience took an extra step - she had a slight reaction to the typhoid injection and was escorted into a room to lie down and drink sugared water. Dave looked up to see a rather apologetic nurse beckoning him over to a side room, and we had to hang around for a little longer than planned to get the all clear. We spent the rest of the day trying to accomplish the not so easy task of changing our traveller's ...