Isn’t it so fasyon?
Capping off our trip to Thailand is a visit to Wat Pho, one of the biggest Buddhist temples in their country. This is home to the famous Reclining Buddha and the satang coin pots which was featured also as one of the challenges in The Amazing Race.
After Wat Pho, we headed back to the hotel and afterwhich the airport. It was a long taxi ride to Suvarnabhumi airport. The driver played a CD of classic songs, including “Leaving on a Jet Plane”. Very apt, ‘no?
We were very early for check-in, and since there was no early check-in option, it was the perfect time to take snapshots of this lovely airport.
We waited for hourssssssssss. I was so bored, I drew the check-in counters on my cousin’s Megasketcher. People were probably thinking, “What the heck is wrong with this girl, playing with a Megasketcher?” Things like that remind me of my childhood, my cash register toy is the cutest! That thing made me fascinated with the Symbol LS2208-like ones used at SM. We had late dinner after waiting for check-in, so there wasn’t really time for Duty Free shopping, too. Midnight struck, it’s time to say bye-bye to Bangkok.
Take off, city lights, window seat. Bye BKK, it was fun. Hello Manila, missed you loads.