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- Free parking
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... hours to get to our first temple which was called Wat Po at which one finds the largest reclining Buddha in Thailand measuring 55 metres from head to toe. The entire statue is covered in gold leaf apart from the feet which are decorated with Lapiz Lazuli. Taking a photo wasn't easy as it's hard to get the full length of the body in the view finder. This temple turned out to be our favourite as most of the buildings within the temple precinct were architecturally superb as ...
... it, so much cool stuff to buy and so cheap! We then headed back to our hostel to check in and have a quick nap as we were so tired. A "quick" nap turned into 6 hours - oops! We headed out again in the evening and had some more street food for dinner. We decided to get a massage afterwards to help our aching bodies. We managed to get a good deal and started off with the fish foot massage where they nibble away at you while your feet ...
... The art section was very impressive and we could have easily taken home several pieces. With no pricing posted, we didn't ask so we will never know how far we were from purchasing a dream piece.
The animal and creature section started off pleasant and exciting. It eventually turned into a nightmare as we could not find our way out without a any map or signage. The highlights included; large turtles, just born ...
I think I wore out poor Ashlee yesterday as she slept in like a drunken teenager but also as the journey is nearing the end, the sense of being away from home for a month and Christmas pending has hit home and she has had enough of travel and now just wants to get home. With this in mind, I didn't plan too much today. We left Glow after breakfast at 10.30am and took the Skytrain to the National Stadium stop and ...
... with the cab driver telling us the police would know more!?!? Baring in mind we had to be there at 5pm. The policemen pointed across the road and there it was but no coach! We made our way by tuktuk to a place by Khao San Road where we waited for about 40 more minutes for our coach so we weren't late after all ! .. Always a panic, especially being so desperate to leave Bangkok! Whilst waiting, ...