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... acrylic on canvas and modern. Floors 1-3 were a mix of different mediums and subjects. Stopped at the gallery cafe for a mocha frappe,a sit down and a cool off. While we were sitting,a couple of trucks pulled up outside and a team of workers unloaded lots for plants,carefully placed to conceal the yellow and red fencing.Another truck came past with a man leaning out of the window with a hosepipe watering them. Another team were sweeping the streets and the monument opposite and ...
... along urban highways.
3) Island hopping trip, El Nido, Philippines - the indignity of being towed
across lagoons by the guide.
1) Travel kettle, beakers and beverage supplies, and the cool bag they
travel in (specially when there's no fridge).
2) Wind up torch.
3) Bags that can be backpacks when the going gets tough.
2) Sundry T shirts.
... blog but i hope some of the photos give a good idea as to what it was like. The reclining Buddha in the nearby Wat Pho temple was enormous and truly a work of art. We had taken a journey on the water taxi to ge there but we decided to get a taxi into the main shopping area afterwards. Easier said than done. Firstly we could not find one who would use the meter they all wanted extortionate fares and they also refused to take us anyway ...
... Was I wrong! A procession was taking place at that hour of the morning where a few hundred children paraded in front of the temple with monks following right behind them! Don't know what the occasion was for but the best part was that they weren’t standing in line to go inside the temple. Had they been, I guess I would have turned around and walked right back to ...
... to keep some of their mystery sacred, or perhaps they just haven't finished the metro service but after the train, you can either take a taxi, a tuk-tuk or boat up to the complex which houses both. The Grand Palace has been the official residence of the King since 1782 and although the current King doesn't live there, it's still used for official functions. Unfortunately, we picked one of those days so after hailing down a tuk-tuk and ...