Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Sleeping at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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More than five hours of travelling is too much for a six month old baby. Instead of sleeping soundly from 12 midnight onwards, she was with us on the bus bound for Bangkok. The Epassport currently administered by the Philippine Embassy probably has its own benefits. But to us with a baby who live way too far from the capital, going to the embassy is not really that appealing. It says on their website that babies should be present during the application regardless of their age. Difficult times, eh?

The first thing we did when we arrive (disregarding changing of diapers and feeding lol) was paying the Ministry of Foreign Affairs a visit in Chaengwattana. We had Loureese's birth certificate translated from Thai to English and costs us around a thousand baht. We waited like two or three hours and whilst waiting, Baby Loureese and Baby Leanne can't help but visit the dreamland. They were so tired the noises around seem like humming birds.

Look at this poor little thing...Really dead tired from the trip.