The Ivory Suvarnabhumi Bangkok
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... long pants because we remember we needed to be covered to enter the palace. However, they decided that Elena’s and Ariana’s leggings were too tight and Ariana’s shirt too opened. Therefore, we had to collect some sarongs and a shirt. Since the girls do not like their borrowed clothes, we won’t be able to take pictures of them. We went to see the pilgrims praying and making ...
... to hold results of shopping. X (no need, props to High Sierra for a remarkably accommodating bag, and Thai Airways and EVA for not minding all the plastic bags hanging from it)
... rags, the restaurant is overlooking the city, there's a DJ in the corner Waiter comes over and warns us that my one is quite spicy. We get FIVE, I repeat FIVE dips for our poppadoms. Spicy raspberry chutney, apricot, strawberry chilli, green but harder, and some sweet non-oniony thing that tasted like a sweet syrup. Leah's watermelon Mojito comes with a frozen watermelon on a stick Lamb shank for the lady and overnight cooked hyderabadi lamb ...
... trying to avoid traffic. What we thought would be about an hour and a half walk, turned into an over two hour walk with all the difficult traffic negotiating. Fortunately we made it without incident.
The place we were going to was Wat Arun, a Buddhist temple on the other side of the Chao Phraya river. To get across, we hopped on a boat that takes people back and fourth for a small fee. The temples were very ornate and detailed. It had a large Buddha statue inside and monks ...
We decided that today was going to be our big shopping day. After talking to Steve and Catherine we realised that the best place for us to go shopping was MBK centre in downtown Bangkok. MBK is a big in door shopping center, but set out in a market style so you can haggle with prices ect, and its got all the rip of clothes you would want to buy. We started off our day by getting the sky train across town to MBK this only cost 130baht for a day ticket. We had already arranged to meet ...