23 November 2012

Team Building in Thailand Day 4

We went to Ayutthaya which was two hours away from Bangkok. The place provided the perfect background for pictures and the following photos will prove this. Of course, with that comes my overexposed face. Pagbigyan niyo na. Haha!

Our first stop in our Ayutthaya Tour was Bang-Pa In Royal Palace. It was a very hot afternoon. Some of our classmates opted to wear sleeveless and shorts. It was a pretty formal/conservative place so they were asked to borrow sarong from some counter/help desk. There was a poster above the help desk that read "Free clothes please pay 200 Baht." LOL! We didn't notice the small writing that states "for deposit" until we were supposed to go.

Going back to my story, so we walked in the Bang-Pa In Palace (aka the Summer Palace) as a big group and stopped at a lake-house like structure to take a group shot. Then, we were allowed to disperse. We went back to the entrance to get golf carts because we don't want to walk and we are cool just like that! *snaps finger* LOL. The place was huge. There were a lot of structures just built for the then Thai royalties' visitors. We stopped at a field where there were elephant-sculpted-plants to have our dose of vanity shots. We hoped back in our carts and went to a building with horse carriages. The building was air-conditioned! It is in times of desperation you get to appreciate air-conditioning. We did not really get to look at the exhibits carefully because we were focusing on cooling down. Our friends still went in a building where the thrones were. Kim and I were too lazy and hot to put on sarongs so we just opted to go back in the building with carriages. Well when you see one of these temples/palaces, you've seen them all! Before we went back to our bus, we had two scoops of ice cream each. Rainbow and Thai tea-flavored ice cream. YUM!

Next stop, Ayutthaya Historical Park!
- special thanks to Kim Sta. Rita for writing these things!

Top: Zara| Pants: Mango| Belt: Giordano| Shoes: from Siam Center, Bangkok| Bag: Kenneth Cole Reaction

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my favorite picture of Hannah and me
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3 buddhas and the guard
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really really really have to post this :">
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Had I not moved closer to the guard, I would've thought he's a mannequin 
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my attempt at being the photographer...
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... and here's the result
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Energizing by eating my favorite snack: ice cream!
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gangstaaaa
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with our professor
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All the pictures do not belong to me

4 comments:

  1. Hi great pics and it looks like u all enjoyed very much. I wanna to be in ur all company.

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  3. gosh, how many amazing sights! those buildings look unreal, just like from a cartoon or fairytale. really amazing! and all those photos are so cool. and I miss the beautiful, warm weather. ours is just miserable.

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  4. The team building in Thailand is shared on the post here. Useful post

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