The Ivory Suvarnabhumi Bangkok
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... today it was hammering it down with rain. Luckily Becky and I managed to duck into a little restaurant alongside our office building and barely managed to order ourselves some food. We're getting pretty serious about learning some Thai now - it seems that our location is not great for English speaking Thais. Knowing some conversational Thai feels necessary. After work we headed back to the hotel to pick up our bags so we could move into our new flat. I wanted to negotiate for a ...
... wasn't any Asian models, not even in the Asian stores. You couldn't escape the faces of Kendall Jenner and all the other models you'd see in an average Macy's in the USA. This is all so funny to me, because everyone was so much more youthful, healthy, and beautiful here. Why on earth would they want to look more white? Why do something like chemically bleach your skin for the perception of wealth and status? We're pink, pasty, and white American women spend more ...
Last night I read a magazine while eating dinner - poor Nigel no friends!!!
There was an article about the two major hospitals in BKK - Bangkok Hospital and Bumrungrad - and why they are in the top 10 with international certification as medical tourism hospitals. To gain this certification the facilities have to be so far above any other hospital - with patient care, specialists in all aspects of medicine and staff ratios ...
... some time together for supper at a fantastic veggie place in Asoke. To save a bit of time we take motorbike taxis to the Skytrain. Jamie instructs my driver to take it slowly which he doesn't but he was careful and luckily the roads were quiet. The ride does nothing for my hair - my new appearance now windswept and interesting or indeed "standing too close to an explosion"
The restaurant serves pretend veggie prawns and ...
... We liked it so much we went 3 times :)
After Lopburi we got a bus to a nearby town that is really off the tourist trail. I had read about an amazing Buddha temple there and we opted to stay just one night as the only hotel in town was distinctly average. As there are no tourists there was almost nobody who spoke English so ordering food was a hassle! We did manage to communicate with a motorbike taxi driver though who agreed to take us to the temple and ...