We spent the morning at
Bangkok Sea Life Ocean World!
Which is pretty much Hugo’s idea of heaven.
Relaxing in the jelly room
We bought tickets online ahead of time and arrived right when it opened.
Don’t feed the wildlife
We ended up having the whole place to ourselves for awhile.
He will name all of these fish for you if you’re willing to listen
Special bonus: kids under 3 are free! And Hugo won’t be 3 for two whole days!
We climbed in the tank!
If you’re interested in aquariums, I highly recommend this one. It’s enormous and truly world class. It comes with a world class admission price, too, but is worth it for the sea life obsessed.
Racing the fishes
Definitely aim to arrive early and miss the crowds of school children being led around by obnoxiously loud guides with bullhorns.
Oh, and don’t let the giant moray eels bite you on the way to the gift shop!
This may be the least flattering photo that I’ve ever purposefully posted on the internet
We bid a fond farewell to beautiful Chiang Mai and hopped a plane to hazy skies and traffic jams!
I apologize for the lack of blogs, we are having some connectivity issues (I’m actually typing this on my phone). But I have lots of great things to share once we get our internet sorted out!
Meanwhile: I published an article about running in Chiang Mai over on WorldWideRunners.com. Check it out at: http://www.worldwiderunners.com/running-in-chiang-mai/