Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok


Royal Barge Procession
Thailand's Royal Barge Procession (Thai: กระบวนพยุหยาตราชลมารค; RTGS: Krabuan Phayuhayattra Chonlamak) is a ceremony of both religious and royal significance which has been taking place for nearly 700 years. The exquisitely crafted Royal Barges are a blend of craftsmanship and traditional Thai art. The Royal Barge Procession takes place rarely, typically coinciding with only the most significant cultural and religious events. During the reign of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, spanning over 60 years, the Procession has only occurred 16 times.

The Royal Barge Procession, in the present, consists of 52 barges: 51 historical Barges, and the Royal Barge, the Narai Song Suban, which King Rama IX built in 1994. It is the only Barge built during King Bhumibol's reign. These barges are manned by 2,082 oarsmen. The Procession proceeds down the Chao Phraya River, from the Wasukri Royal Landing Place in Khet Dusit, Bangkok, passes the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Grand Palace, Wat Po (Thai: วัดโพธิ์), and finally arrives at Wat Arun (Thai: วัดอรุณ, Temple of the Dawn).

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Click on the pictures above for bigger pictures of the barges. Pictures from Wikimedia.


The pictures are from the dress rehearsal on 29 October 2007 for 5 November 2007 Royal Barge Procession for Royal Kathin Ceremony at Wat Arun. With the below barges:

• Royal Barge Suphannahong of Thailand.

• Royal Barge Anantanagaraj of Thailand. On the left with navies was the Wat Arun pier where Royal Barge Suphannahongsa will be docked. The
  Royal Kathin (Buddhist monk robes) was on the pavillion aboard the barge.

• Royal Barge Anekchatbhuchongse of Thailand.

• Royal Barge Narai Song Suban HM Rama IX of Thailand.

Escort barges


Escort barges consist of a few different classes of barges. Most of these boats' bows are decorated with either a painting or a figurehead of a mythical creature. Other types have less elaborate design. The barges with figureheads have their rowers dressed in decorated purple uniforms with pink trousers and red ancient-style helmets with a tall crown and wide brim, while the oarsmen on the Ekachai class are dressed in white uniforms with pink trousers and small red headgear resembling havelocks.

• Ekachai Class Barges are the two barges with a gold painting of a horned creature that is half-nāga half-dragon, Ekachai Hern How and Ekachai Lao Thong. They might be used to tow Suphannahongse in case of a strong current or if the royal barge needed assistance. Unlike other escort barges, Ekachai class barges are not equipped with cannon. The two barges can be distinguished by their slightly differing eyes.

• Krut Class Barges are the two barges with garuda figureheads with nagas caught on their wings and feet. The garuda on Krut Hern Het is red while the one on Krut Tret Traichak is pink.

• Krabi Class Barges consist of four barges with Vanara figureheads, Pali Rang Thawip, Sukrip Khrong Mueang, Krabi Ran Ron Rap, and Krabi Prap Mueang Man. The bow of Pali Rang Thawip depicts Vali, the elder brother of Sugriva on Sukrip Khrong Mueang, rulers of the Kishkindha Kingdom. Both have crowns on their heads with the body color green and red respectively. Krabi Ran Ron Rap and Krabi Prap Mueang Man feature uncrowned warriors of Vanara Nilaphat (black body) and Hanuman (white body), respectively.

• Asura Class Barges consists of two barges with half-bird, half-ogre figureheads. The bow on Asura Vayuphak has an indigo body in a purple coat, while Asura Paksi has a green body in a purple (front) and green (back) coat.

• Suea Class Barges are the barges with the painting of a tiger, Suea Thayan Chon and Suea Kamron Sin. The names of the barges are clearly written on the bow in red lettering.

• Thong barges are the twin barges in the extreme front of the procession, and lead the procession. They are shaped much like a smaller, much less elaborate version of Anekkachatpuchong and are painted with their names in white on their bow freeboard area; the tips of their bow and stern are painted in gold. The men on these boats are dressed in a similar manner to those on the royal barges

Lesser escort barges


The largest number of barges in the fleet is the Lesser Escorts and Attendants such as Ruea Dang, Ruea Saeng, Police barges and Drum barges. They have no figurehead and no cannon. They are painted mostly black, and their type, number and name (if they have one) is painted on their bows in white. They can be differentiated as follows:

• Police Barges have rowers dressed in black and have a relatively flat bow and stern, with the stern raised slightly higher than the bow.

• Saeng barges also have rather flat bow and stern, but the rowers are dressed in white and black headgear; there are also slightly more rowers on these boats. The boats number from 1-7

• Dang barges have a more pronounced bow and stern, with their shapes similar to those found on the Anekkachatpuchong and the Thong barges, but are smaller and significantly less elaborate. These boats number from 1 to 22. Their oarsmen are dressed in black uniforms with a red trim on the uniform items.

• The Tangmo (Watermelon) and the E. Leeung barges is in front of the royal barges. They are shaped like the Police and Saeng barges, but is smaller and sits lower in the water than the aforementioned vessels. The oarsmen here are dressed like the ones on the Saengs.

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Friday 13th of February 2015 and I left school just after 1 o'clock. I boarded the sky train at the NANA sky train station and we reached Siam sky train station where I will change to the Silom Bangkok sky trainLine. I was waiting for the sky train to Sapan Yet another Smiley on www.aladdin.stTaksin and the platform was full of people. And I didn't feel all that good.

So I went back to take the sky train back to Sukhumvit. This train was so full so I did not even try to get on board.

By now I felt a wee bit better, and it was Friday and I have other plans for the weekend. So I decided to go back to the Silom Line and proceed with my plans to go to The National Museum of Royal Barges. The sky train arrived and it was crowded, but not so bad. Chao Phraya Express BoatAnd it was just a few stops from Siam to Sapan Taksin.

Took a few minutes and I could leave the sky train at Sapan Taksin and I walked down the stairs to the Chao Phraya Express Boat pier.

And I was lucky, the BLUE flagged boat was at the pier and not much people. We were soon on our way towards the (Wang Lang - Siriraj) Pier N10 on the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River. It was a beautiful day on the river and I enjoyed the trip. We passed the pier I had used yesterday and we had to cross the Chao Phraya River to reach my destination.

I got off the boat at Wang Lang - Siriraj and I passed street vendors when I left the ferry pier. It was a Muslim family and they made some food that looked very good. I stopped and asked Pan-fried Muslim Bread – Rotiwhat it was and I was told it was Pan-fried Muslim Bread – Roti.

Jeez, it looked good. And strange, just today, a few hours ago my Thai Teacher had been looking at pictures on internet when I arrived to class.

I asked if she was Yet another Smiley on www.aladdin.stready to start the class and she told me she looked at pictures of food and she said:
- Roti, Muslim food. Very very delicious.

Pan-fried Muslim Bread – Roti
Making Roti’s at the Wang Lang - Siriraj pier

I'm on diet, but this food looked very good and I asked for 3 Roti’s. I discovered a small lady next to me, she was so small so I had not seen her. She was obviously ahead of me. No problem, I will Bangkok/ FUNKY TOWNsoon have my Roti.

The pan was full of Roti’s and she started to hand out Roti’s to people, I looked around and there was a huge group of people waiting for their Roti’s. Where did all these people come from?

I had obviously missed all this people that had placed their orders already. I told the girl that I cancelled my order and I left. Well, this food was obviously very popular. So maybe my Thai Teacher was right.
- Very very delicious

I was a wee bit disappointed when I left the roti vendors behind. I aimed for a Family Mart as I was hungry, but as there was a taxi I stopped the taxi. I asked the driver to take me to the National Museum of Royal Barges. He was not sure what I meant, or maybe he didn't knew the place. But we asked a guy in uniform and he explained how to get there and we took off towards the National Museum of Royal Barges.

We reached a sign saying Royal Barges Museum. I paid my taxi and I followed the bicycle path towards the National Museum of Royal Barges. I walked through a really nice area of the town. This could easily have been a paradise.

But the area was full of garbage. The Canal was full of garbage and many of the gardens were looking like landfills. Don't blame it on poverty! This is just ignorance. Imagine the prices of property in this area if they cleaned up the place.

It was kind of painful to walk through the area and it was also very nice to see the area. I was imagine the place clean and with painted houses.



Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Passing a garden

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Just to follow the signs

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Heavy traffic on the bicycle path

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Imagine what I “clean up” would do for the property prices in the area

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Imagine what I “clean up” would do for the property prices in the area

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Imagine what I “clean up” would do for the property prices in the area

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Imagine what I “clean up” would do for the property prices in the area

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Just to follow the signs

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Can you imagine a place like this at any European Capital.
It would have been an area for the richest of the richest

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Yes, we're very lucky that they can sell plastic bottles and empty cans. Imagine how this area Yet another Smiley on www.aladdin.stwould look like if they didn't. So please, don't confuse “environmental friendliness” with profit from selling the garbage.

Well, send them to Laos as there must be BILLIONS of Baht worth of plastic bottles and cans laying around. OK, maybe they start recycling in Laos as I actually saw 2 children collecting cans in a village in Laos.


Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Don't blame it on poverty! Just a few hours of hard work to clean up the garden
Or even better, don't throw it in the garden to start with.
We can just imagine where they throw pain, chemicals and petroleum products

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Don't blame it on poverty! Just a few hours of hard work to clean up the garden
Or even better, don't throw it in the garden to start with.
We can just imagine where they throw pain, chemicals and petroleum products

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Don't blame it on poverty! Just a few hours of hard work to clean up the garden
Or even better, don't throw it in the garden to start with.
We can just imagine where they throw pain, chemicals and petroleum products

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Don't blame it on poverty! Just a few hours of hard work to clean up the garden
Or even better, don't throw it in the garden at the all.
We can just imagine where they throw pain, chemicals and petroleum products

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Same as in Laos, a beautiful country destroyed by garbage



Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Another garden looking like a land fill


Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
I arrive to the National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Picture by Aladdin


I found the gate to the National Museum of Royal Barges and there was a sign, in English only and it said 100 Baht entrance fee. Nothing in Thai, quite clever, 100 Baht for everyone. But as I know Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in BangkokThailand I knew that there was a different price for Thai people.

I needed to buy a “take pictures” license. It was an additional 100 Baht and this was the same price for Thai and foreigners.

And the “take pictures” license was carried around the neck like a visitors badge and I was looking pretty smart with the “take pictures” license hanging around my neck.

So I had to ask the ticket girl to take a picture of me with my new “take pictures” license hanging Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkokaround my neck.

It was a very friendly staff and we pulled a few jokes before I entered the museum. Suddenly one of the guys pulled out a ticket-puncher and he punched my entrance ticket. I tried to step inside but he stopped me. He had to punch my “take pictures” license as well.

Of course, or I could prowl around Sukhumvit Road trying to sell the “take pictures” license during the dark hours. A “take pictures” license on the loose on town, of course, something that needs to be prevented.

I was alone at the museum and I liked it. I had paid 100 Baht for taking pictures inside the museum. But the building made it very hard to take pictures. It was a hangar, and the sunshine coming in from the open end of the museum made it hard to take pictures against the light.

And the bows reached almost all the way to the water so it was not possible to step away to take pictures without ending up in the canal.

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Bow of the Royal Barge Suphannahong of Thailand

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Bow of the Royal Barge Anekchatbhuchongse of Thailand

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Royal Barge Narai Song Suban HM Rama IX of Thailand

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Royal Barge Suphannahong of Thailand

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Figurehead on one of the escort barges

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Figurehead on one of the escort barges

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Figurehead on one of the escort barges

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Figurehead on one of the escort barges

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Figurehead on one of the escort barges

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Figurehead on one of the escort barges

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Figurehead on one of the escort barges

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Escort barges

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
There were also pieces of the barges that was destroyed during the World War II bombings

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
There were also pieces of the barges that was destroyed during the World War II bombings

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
There were also pieces of the barges that was destroyed during the World War II bombings

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
There was an instruction videos on how to row...

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
... and visitors eager to learn how to row

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Model of the Royal Barge Procession

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
A very small barge

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok

Aladdin's adventure at The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok
Picture by Aladdin

I spent around one hour at the National Museum of Royal Barges. I watched two videos that was quite interesting. And suddenly, when I watched the last video I was surrounded by plenty visitors. So I was not alone any more. But it was OK, I was ready and I left the museum.

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Review: National Museum of Royal Barges

Fee: 20 Baht for Thai/ 100 Baht for foreigners. 100 Baht to use your camera, same for Thai

Web page: I cannot find their own web page

Address:
80/1 ริมคลองบางกอกน้อยถนนอรุณอัมรินทร์, เขตบางกอกน้อย กรุงเทพฯ, 10700

Khlong (Canal) Bangkok Noi or 80/1 Arun Amarin Road, Bangkok 10700

Tel: +66 (0)2 424 0004 - February 2015

Opening Hours: Daily 09:00 - 17:00 Closed on every 31 Dec - 1 Jan and 12, 13, 14 April

I took the Chao Phraya Express Boat from Sathorn (Sapan Taksin sky train station) to the ferry pier N10 (Wang Lang - Siriraj) The National Museum of Royal Barges is not far away from the ferry station. But I took a taxi and this set me back by less than 2 US Dollars. It was a 5 minutes' walk from the road to the museum. But it was easy to find the way.

I reached The National Museum of Royal Barges and I paid the entrance fee plus a fee for taking pictures with your own camera.

There were four Royal barges plus four escort barges. The barges were damaged during the bombing of Bangkok at World War II. There were also some parts of the old damaged barges and this was very interesting to see.

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SCAM ALERT!
100 Baht for Foreigners and 20 Baht for Thais.

And there was no prices for Thai listed so it was easy to come under the impression that it was 100 Baht for all the visitors. But I paid 20 Baht, Thai price.

It is an extra 100 Baht if you want to take pictures and this is the same price for both Foreigners and Thais.

But the museum was worth a visit. There was a bit of history and 2 different video shows. And maybe the most interesting, a display of the whole Royal Barge Procession with models. So it was easy to kill an hour at The National Museum of Royal Barges.

Walking to and from The National Museum of Royal Barges. The taxi have to drop you at the bridge and there is a bicycle path with signs leading to the museum. You walk through an area with small Canals and you have a feeling of walking through a village. This could easily have been an oasis and a paradise in the city. But the “Villagers” just throw the garbage on the ground so the Canals and area are full of garbage.

But it was a nice walk and an interesting area to see even though it was like walking through a landfill. But I was imagining how the area could look like.

A recommended visit if you have the time

Review Man

I walked back to the main road at the Alum Aum Ma Lin Bridge that would take me over the Bangkok Noi Canal. I needed to walk 200 meters up the road to get a taxi. If i took the taxi Chao Phraya Express Boatoutside the cycle path leading to the road we would not make it up on the bridge. So I had to walk up the road. Finding a taxi was no problem and we were soon on our way back to the Chao Phraya Express Boat pier.

The Roti vendors were still there when I came back to the pier. And no customers around. I handed the guy a 50 Baht note. I told him that I wanted to try one. He gave me 40 Baht back and a Roti. It was delicious and I handed him the 40 Baht and I got 4 more Rotis.

Yes, they were very good and I Yet another Smiley on www.aladdin.sthad a total of 9 Rotis and a bottle of water before I left for the boat. And I'm pretty sure I broke some kind of record, at least by the look on the faces of the Roti vendors. But they Chao Phraya Express Boatwere good, very good.

And I learned something new about the Chao Phraya Express Boat and the Wang Lang - Siriraj Pier. The boat stops at two different berths on the way up and down the river. So I went out again and I passed through a market before I reached the ticket booth. Reminded me about an old amusement park or circus with the old turnstiles.
Chao Phraya Express Boat













I had bought my ticket and was inside the waiting area. I asked the girl in the ticket booth if I could come out again to take some pictures. No problem, she pointed at the other turnstile and I got out again.

I took a few pictures of the ticket booth and the turnstile and I was soon back in again. There were plenty people waiting for the Chao Phraya Express Boat. The queue started on the berth and it was going all the way up and in to the waiting area. So next boat coming was for sure a boat I would not get on.

Chao Phraya Express Boat

Chao Phraya Express Boat

Chao Phraya Express Boat

One of the yellow flagged boats arrived and suddenly the pier was empty. Well, except for three Chao Phraya Express BoatThai passengers. But they had tickets for the blue flagged tourist boat. And the girl on the jetty informed them that the ticket was for the tourist boat.

I really don't know why she had to explain this for them, through the megaphone.

Well, maybe they were Thai tourists from some other parts of Thailand and they had no clue about how the Chao Phraya Chao Phraya Express BoatExpress Boat was working. But they were welcome to take the cheaper yellow flagged boat, but she informed them that the tourist boat was bigger and more comfortable.

The three Thai tourists(?) looked at their tickets while the yellow flagged boat disappeared down the river. And the girl continued to shout through the Megaphone. She informed everyone that the blue flagged boat was bigger and more comfortable. The ticket for the Chao Phraya Express Boatyellow flagged boat was 20 Baht per ticket and the blue flagged boat was 40 Baht.

There is even the cheaper orange flagged boat for 15 Baht, but this one stops at more piers.

I was waiting at the top of the bridge until I saw a blue flagged boat approaching. Then I went down to the berth and there was a British guy waiting.

Turned out that he was waiting for the yellow flagged boat. He said that this boat was 20 Baht cheaper and that every penny counts. He worked as an English Teacher at pier N10 and he lives at Sathorn.

Chao Phraya Express Boat

Chao Phraya Express Boat

Chao Phraya Express Boat

Chao Phraya Express Boat

Chao Phraya Express Boat

Yes, if you working and take the boat twice per day it will be a lot of money in one year. Yet another Smiley on www.aladdin.st Hmm, maybe something for me, I have really grown to like the Chao Phraya Express Boats and it is kind of fun to go up and down the Chao Phraya River. And there is money to save if I'm going on the river every day. At least I will check out the yellow flagged boat.

And you can go to Chaengwattana with the Chao Phraya Express Boat. A fraction of the cost comparing to our Chao Phraya Cruise. But then again, if the boat is full you won’t see much so the Chao Phraya River Cruise is still highly recommended.

I boarded the blue flagged boat together with the three Thai tourists (?) and we took off towards Sathorn while I was waving good bye to the English Teacher on the pier.

Chao Phraya Express Boat
Leaving Thonburi behind

Chao Phraya Express Boat
Plenty passengers joining us at Pier N8 - Thai Tien

Chao Phraya Express Boat
Plenty passengers joining us at Pier N8 - Thai Tien

Chao Phraya Express Boat
But first we have to let of a few passengers at Pier N8 - Thai Tien

Chao Phraya Express Boat
But first we have to let of a few passengers at Pier N8 - Thai Tien

We picked up plenty passengers on our way to Sathorn and the boat was quite full when we arrived to Sathorn. And the sky train was full, I mean almost impossible to close the doors full from Bangkok trafficSaphan Taksin. So I skipped the train. I saw another train waiting to come in and when the first train left the other train came in and it was empty.

I got of at Silom and I walked to the subway station. Taxi was no option as the traffic had been at a full stop when we had passed above the roads on the sky train. And the traffic above Rama 4 was also at a full stop when I walked to the subway station. I have grown to like the sky train, subway and the Chao Phraya Express Boat. Especially the boats and I'm soon ready for a full day of exploring the "Chao Phraya Express Boats.

I saw that the fruit and vegetable market was in full swing when I came back home and I bought 10 kilos of Papaya. Enough to last me until the next fruit and vegetable market next Friday.

Fruit and vegetable market in Bangkok
Friday market and I buy 10 kilos of Papaya

Fruit and vegetable market in Bangkok
Friday market and I buy 10 kilos of Papaya

Fruit and vegetable market in Bangkok
Friday market and I buy 10 kilos of Papaya

Fruit and vegetable market in Bangkok
Friday market and I buy 10 kilos of Papaya

Fruit and vegetable market in Bangkok
Friday market and I buy 10 kilos of Papaya

I have decided that the next place to visit in the stupid series “What to do for fun when you're too old for party - How to kill a day in Bangkok” will be the Ancient City in Samut Prakan. This will be episode #11 so just click HERE and you will find yourself in the middle of that adventure.


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