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... me round a bit and I must say over did the elbows; Im a bit sore already. I have to tell them to go easy LOL.
For those reading this blog now - Im sorry there wont be any photos for a while to upload; my internet connection is seriously slow and my picture file sizes are huge - so it will have to wait until I get to the Park Plaza; from memory their speed was pretty good.
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... pick up some of the things she didn't manage to get yesterday, and in doing so I ended up buying a couple of bits I didn't really need too. So much for saving this weekend. The rest of the day has been a bit of a write off. I've been trying to sketch but I've failed miserably, and the both of us have dozed off at one point or another. I think we ...
After doing some more work on my book I thought I would take the train to the river and see what was on offer. I found a HUGE hotel next to Saphin Taksin train station and right on the river. A very luxurious Hotel - ranked 13 in Bangkok. I found the outside bar and cafe finally after walking through many gardens and pools.
Had the most expensive beers and did some sudoku while I thought about lunch. These huge barges started ...
... occasionally making up there own lanes. The Thai though, are very polite and there was not one honking of car horns or accidents. not like New York where the drivers sit on the horns. We arrived at the Chatrium Hotel at 8am fully expecting that we would not be able to check in. From the moment our car arrived until we were comfortably settled in our spectacular 1 bedroom apartment overlooking the river, we were treated like royalty. Not only were ...
Day 2 was so great! In the morning, we learnt more of the Thai language and more about their customs and culture. In the afternoon, we visited Wat Wettawan, where we met some Buddhist monks and visited their beautiful schools. In one of the special buildings was the mummified body of Luang Pu Pon, who is a very special monk to the Thai people, as he is known for performing miracles for the people. We then went to the temples ...