From Nathan: Dad arrived today from Frankfort! After 44 days, I was very glad to see him. We had a low-key day, because dad had jet lag. First, we went on a canal ride, which I did not enjoy. Then we went to the largest market in Asia, Chatuchak Weekend Market. It was very crowded. I did not buy anything, but Mom and Dad got me coconut ice cream.
Lamphu Treehouse in Bangkok
Room at Lamphu Treehouse. The other two walls are windows with views.
View from room balcony
It’d know those orange shoes anywhere!
The arrival of Daddy!
Reunited with Daddy
Longboat on Chao Phraya River
Water taxi on Chao Phraya River
Wat Arun, or Temple of the Dawn
Nathan, Aidan, and Neerav take in sites along Chao Phraya River.
Crowded Skytrain. Aidan’s in there somewhere!
It’s nice to have someone else watching Aidan too.
Chatuchak Weekend market, the largest in Asia
Not sure what this was, but it sure was colorful!
Neerav, Nathan, and Aidan enjoying a cool coconut treat.
Coconut ice cream with coconut jellies, nuts, and corn. Yep, corn. Surprisingly tasty!
Quick, eat it before it melts!
Nope, Mom can’t do that.
Pools are better with Dad
Nathan’s turn to be thrown
Famed Khao San Road
Aidan’s goal is to eat pancakes in every country we visit. So far, he’s on track.
Nathan, Neerav, and Aidan taking in the Bangkok nightlife.
Nathan, Aidan, and Neerav near Khao San Road
From Aidan: After dinner on Khao San Road, we went to a fish spa. Mom bargained 350 Baht for four fish massages. The fish eat your dead skin. At first, it really tickled. As Nathan says, it feels like static electricity.
Yes, Mom, we washed our feet when we got back to the hotel!
It’s so good to have Neerav with us. And it’s nice to have someone else share the responsibility of keeping the kids safe, healthy, and happy. Together again!
Family bonding in Thailand
No, this isn’t weird… right?!
Spa night for Nathan, Neerav, and Aidan
Neerav getting a fish pedicure… sort of
I think Nathan’s surprised at how much he’s enjoying this.
Nathan and the fish
Aidan is all smiles.
Aidan and the fish