Bangkok Walk II

With Peg’s assurences of being fine and ready to take a nap, I left the hospital grounds for the first time in five days looking for a pharmacy to buy her additional Tylenol to help ease the discomfort. The pills really help and also enable her to sleep more comfortably during each day. Overall she is very tired, stiff and achy from laying on her back for 3+ days, but she does not complain about anything…typical Peg. Unlike me, if the roles were reversed. I would be a whiny, wretched, pitible, and insufferable shell of a man who Peg would tolerate for only so long before telling me to suck it up buckeroo; so all things considered, psychologically, it is better the way our situation turned out. Anyway, I took the walk and after successfully accomplishing my intended goal, I continued to stroll for a block or two near the hospital complex. The following are some pictures I snapped along the way. Some of the pictures at the end are at a delightfully discovered small boutique hotel where I want to take Peg for the first lunch or dinner off the hospital grounds, whenever she feels up to it. Hope you enjoy this mini-tour…

Teahouse Of The September Moon


Teahouse Water Lily


Nearby Apartment Cluster


Raining Vines


Hindu Shrine


Old Next To New


Entrance to Ariyasomvilla


Yellow/gold is the color which honors the King


So Tie A Green Orb Around The Old Oak Tree...


City Hideaway


Did You Know "Ariyasoma" In Thai Means "Chocolate Muffin"?!


So Beautiful


We Love Asian Designed Interiors


Ladies Who Lunch


Rumor Has It That This Is Where Mel Gibson Stays When He's Trying To Keep A Low Profile.


Lunchtime On The Streets


Going My Way?

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About Alan G Billingsley

My career has been varied, including time as a newspaper deliverer, lifeguard, bubble gum maker, door-to-door detergent promoter, telephone book proofreader, short order cook, private employment agency counselor and owner, office and credit manger, infantryman, pots and pans salesman, Chinese restaurant cook, Chinese restaurant owner, public employment counselor, budget analyst, tax analyst, grant administrator, radio announcer, radio and television show host, disk jockey, automobile valet, child advocate, and now retiree. I've seldom been bored.
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One Response to Bangkok Walk II

  1. Barbara Kiddle says:

    Love the boutique hotel. Get the rates when you go to lunch. How is the weather?

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