Long Day Goodbye Bangkok

Our plane does not take off until 10:30 pm and we have to check out at noon, so we took our time getting up and packing. After stowing our luggage we headed for the Jim Thompson House where we could experience some nature, some history, some shopping and even eat!
It was very interesting, the man who initiated the post WW2 Thai silk industry, built a beautiful haven inside Bangkok with old Thai houses he had brought in and then filled with art, and then went for a walk in the Cameroon Highlands in 1967 and just disappeared.

Back to our hotel to change clothes and catch our 6:30 pm ride to the airport of smiles.

We got there so early that we had to wait 30 minutes or so for the check in lines to even open. We watched as the Korean Air agents had a meeting, went to their stations and got logged on and then all came out in front and bowed to all the waiting passengers before opening right on time (3 hours before flight time). It was very nice. Seoul early tomorrow morning.

5 Replies to “Long Day Goodbye Bangkok”

  1. Monday April 4.
    Today the J&J Soul Sisters are Seoul Sisters!
    What kind of heel would say that….a Tar Heel perhaps?

    “Remember always that you are just a visitor here, a traveler passing through. your stay is but short and the moment of your departure unknown.”

    Dhammavadaka (who obviously couldn’t access on-line flight status)

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