zombies, I might add that there is no such thing. Sure, perhaps a human kept alive in Haiti on some kind of drug associated with voodoo, but that person will not bite and infect you to become another zombie.
White Zombie (this is the whole 1:07 hour film, with sound), and Michael Jackson danced with them on Thriller (this is the nearly 14 minute version). More recently, some of you might have seen Brad Pitt's World War Z, below, and, of course, the Z stands for zombie.
Reflexions. To my surprise, it was closed.
Next door was Utage, a Japanese restaurant, and I could be seated. I had a truly fabulous meal.
I ordered Teriyaki salmon, foie gras sushi, tofu, zora soba and garlic rice, with hot sake and cold beer. I was so super-satiated that I actually left some food, sake and beer on the table, maybe my first time ever for the latter two. Cost as a factor, this was my most enjoyable Japanese meal on the trip, for the price was just over $50.
Making the experience so wonderful were Thapanee (assistant manager), Chutinthorn (sushi chef) and Somroeng:
I should add that prior to dinner I had a champagne at the rather large Club Lounge, and took the following shot of the next door Hotel Okura Prestige and Central Embassy Shopping Complex (an ultra-luxury mall where at Water Library you can enjoy Wagyu Beef and Roasted Duck with Foie Gras):
That skinny tower in the background is Baiyoke II, the second tallest building in Bangkok. I had earlier walked into that luxury shopping mall and took an inside shot:
My breakfast this morning at the Plaza Athenee Royal Meridien, showing first about 10% of the offerings (note six kinds of ice cream):
The buffet featured a variety of Thai, Chinese and Indian dishes. Note the passion fruit and coconut, where the juice was chilled. I could also eat the soft coconut meat. Frankly, the duck noodle soup would have more than sufficed for breakfast.
Next, the Westin Grand Sukhumvit, then across the street to the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, where I kept my large suitcase. On Day #17 I leave for Sydney.
There are eight ocean storms, and in the Atlantic, Tropical Storm Gaston is heading for the USA, and will become a hurricane:
But not to fear, for all computer models show Gaston eventually moving away from the mainland U.S.
There is also Tropical Depression Fiona that has been lurking ahead of Gaston, but models show her eventually dissipating without causing any serious harm.