bangkok: a day of lectures and a foot massage

Wednesday, January 16:  Today isn’t very eventful as far as sightseeing because we are booked with lectures all day.  They’re all a blur now and all I can remember from this day is one amazing foot massage.

Bangkok offers some of the best massages in the world for the cheapest imaginable prices.  Tonight after our lectures, I go to this little place for a foot massage.  Oh, heaven!

Heavenly foot massages :-)

Heavenly foot massages 🙂

another view of foot massage heaven

another view of foot massage heaven

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