Ban Nam Mao Resort
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... br> That happened today.
I had read about this place and thought it might be interesting.
It turns out there is no way pictures can do this place justice!
It is an incredible work of art.
It is only a replica of an ancient art .
The place is all built of wood. Everything.
It was built to revive an ancient knowledge.
Thai artists could build a wooden structure of more than one hundred ...
... at a good clip. The boat took us to a stop at the Royal Barge Museum and for a small fee we were allowed to take pictures of the barges. This museum contains a fabulous collection of ornamental royal barges which are about 165 feet long. The barges were originally used for royal processions on the river. This was a very brief stop but I enjoyed it immensely. After the barges we were back on the boat, cruising the canals and we stopped outside a ...
... heading home. John took us to a favourite restaurant of theirs for lunch with a lovely view of the dock, fishing boats and navy base. There was a funny sign at the restaurant...see pictures...that maybe we should have obeyed. Dar decided to spend some time with her sister and brother-in-law that night while the rest of us had an Indian Food dinner and trip to the airport. I tried to get a picture of Jennifer leaving but by the time I got my camera ready she had got to the ...
... people I saw each day up at the pool so they were there for a week or more and got to know them quite well. We'd look forward to seeing each other every day and chat, sometimes have lunch together. Every one of them was from England or Australia. One fella was from Denmark - an elderly guy and when I told him I was from Canada he said "I have to thank the Canadians for saving us from "those ******* Germans". I told him I had uncles who were in that war and am very ...
... a little better after I did. The rest of the afternoon was spent reading on the lounge (Ape House by Sara Gruen). After dinner (rice, potato soup and omelette) Aj, Beer, Jim and I put the puzzle we bought for them together. It only took us 1.5hrs to complete. A family of 5 from England have arrived and we get to meet them in the morning when we do our welcome ceremony at the elephant ...