An exhibit of 999 elephants made out of different materials any artist can think of.. We didn’t count if they really are 999 but we were able to take photos of some of them..
Atlas Film Studio..
Atlas Corporation Studio is considered the world’s largest film studio, with most of the property consists of desert and mountains. It was a long journey from Marrakech but as you entered the place, you will be taken to the wonderful world of films..
You can learn the life of a Gladiator in Rome, enter the City of Yunkai with Daenerys or escape the wrath of The Mummy with the O’Connells in Egypt..
On our 3rd day in Morocco, we spent half of our day exploring Jardin Majorelle and the rest of the day seeing the beauty and warmth of Marrakech.. Its earth tones gave us the feeling of calmness throughout our stay..
Bangkok Doll Museum..
The Bangkok Dolls Museum is located in Ratchaprarop Area which is very near to the hotel were we stayed in Bangkok.. We just walked going there, around 3km, but it was worth it.. lots of doll collections including ones from the Philippines.. And we loved their souvenir items.. Hoping to go back there soon..
Handel’s Messiah Concert..
We were just there to attend a Mass.. We have never thought that we would be treated to a marvelous night of classical performance from Thailand’s best ~ Bangkok Combined Choir, Bangkok International Community Orchestra, National Artist for a Conductor, and great Thai classical singers ~ free admission!!! 😊
We were taken to a 2 1/2 hour heavenly oratorio of George Frideric Handel’s Messiah.. A Special Program: Around the Christmas Tree & Christmas Festival 2015..
Here, Cutie Tenor Kittin Suchato singing Come Ye My People..
Kids At Heart..
We spent 3 weeks in Bangkok last November 2015 right before we went here in Doha. Bangkok is a city very much alive at night and lots of places to go during the wee hours. Being introverts and a little sociophobics, we never went out at night unless we had to buy food at 7-11…