Four Wings Hotel
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... find nice, proper walking sandals that I can also wear out in the evening. After a nap back at Ange's place I decided to go pick up some snacks and something non-alcoholic to drink, besides water. While I was out I saw the flower vendor, and picked Ange up some pretty flowers. Who doesn't love coming home and seeing flowers on the table? I miss buying flowers and having flowers, and I could settle both those needs by buying her some. Her friend came over ...
... Thailand. Seemed like it was really more geared towards kids, but it was really interesting to see and read about the history of Thailand (and to cool off!).
We headed home after the Museum of Siam, we needed to try and get a quick nap in and get ready to go to a wedding party. We were STARVING on the way, so we had to make a stop to grab something to eat. We went to a place Nina knows and got crispy fish wish crab fried rice, it really hit the spot, very ...
... polluted river, beauty in the luxurious skyscrapers invading the horizon and beauty in the fascinating landscapes with many Buddhas and Temples!
As we approached Bangkok, more skyscrapers were seen of various shapes and sizes. Many were luxurious looking, a huge contrast to the shabby looking shacks since many of them ...
... anymore, I'm using this trip sadly, i think, more as an excuse to put my life on pause in Canada. I need to be separated from the culture of my home, and try to find a way out of the rut i have trenched myself so deeply in back home. I'm a man of vices and crutches, a shell i think of what i could be. perhaps i don't need to be so far away from home to try and find my inner strengths and desires. But I am too weak, to be honest, to separate myself from binge drinking for ...
Four days in Bangkok was enough for us and we spent Monday visiting Lumphini Park as we needed some relatively fresh air. It was still steaming hot but on arriving we found a most pleasing diversion. Just inside the gates of the park was a school building from which emanated the sort of noise reserved for the villains at a pantomime at the "look out behind you" moment.
It transpired that it was sports day at Lumphini School. The noise was deafening ...
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