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Mayfair Garden Reception

The Mayfair Garden Apartments Tuk Tuk

Paul's new outfit - cost about 2pence in total! Only kidding Mr...

Bex being silly...

The Sheraton Hotel for Sunday lunch

Bex is always happy with a nice glass of wine in her...

This guy turned up with a bunch of balloons!

Well...Dad enjoyed it...

Buffet style lunch, there was LOTS of food!

He's my fan y'know...

Me, Dad and the ghost of Mr Jazz...

The Vintage Golf Club

Foyer at the Golf Club

Locker room...luxury

Dinner at the Japanese Noodle House

The waitresses were straight out of The Sound of Music!

Out on the town...a Tuk Tuk to the station

So much local colour to take in...

A Buddist shrine at the local department store

We went for drinks at The Hard Rock Cafe

Mayfair Garden

Taking the SkyTrain

The Polo Club seen from the Train

Crowded but air-conditioned...unlike the Tube!

Traffic gets pretty bad here

Ready, get set....GO GO GO!!!

Thank goodness for the SkyTrain

The VIP lounge at the local cinema - that was fun!

Dinner at Le Bouchen

I had a nice time...

...not sure what this is all about though!


Bangkok is always a vibrant place to be and let's just say we have managed to fit in alot of different activities so far! We've done a fair ole bit of shopping and, contrary to what we thought, I did manage to find my size at the department stores...I am, however, the biggest size they stock!! Tiny people here!

Paul managed a couple of rounds of golf with Dad and Judy at their posh club, The Vintage. I think he rather liked the fact that he was allocated a caddy, a golf cart and even had a lady to place his balls on the tee...well this is Thailand!

We have also enjoyed going out to the hotels for Sunday lunch, last week we went to the Sheraton where there was live Jazz and more food than you could ever imagine (including a small chocolate waterfall!!!). This week we went to another hotel and enjoyed dim sum with some of Dad's friends and his lovely boss, Lupin.

We have been out wandering around, its a much easier city to traverse with the BTS SkyTrain and MT underground. We went to Chatuchak, the huge weekend market but whimped out by midday due to heat and crowds!

All the food and drink has necessitaed some serious gym work and swimming however, I think we have been fighting a losing battle!!



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