Our first day we had to get SIM chips for our phone which took about an hour. I needed internet for my computer so I bought an air card with its own chip. That gives me much more flexibility for the moment. We also spent another hour or so at the bank to get Nee's bank account updated and to discover that I wasn't allowed to have an account until I have a work permit. A strange rule but one I have to live with. We spent much of the day at the huge Seacon Square shopping center a short walk in distance though a much longer one when taking it by foot. I realized that my energy was quickly flowing from me.
The next day, Saturday, we headed back in the direction of the mall except this time we also went to the Rama 9 garden a few blocks behind. The garden encompasses 200 acres and includes a large lake in the middle all the pay homage to their current king. Though I have been an auditor most of my working career, my degree was in horticultural sciences so I have always has a love for beautiful gardens.
Nee enjoying some fresh coconut.
Who said winter has to be cold?