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... we dropped off our bags at the hotel luggage room and went to explore Bangkok for a second time. Aaron is now a pro at the public transport. He took me on the metro, train and boat with such ease.
When Aaron took me on the boat journey we soon realised we had found the posh part of Thailand. The Hilton, four season and other 5 plus star hotels all meandering along the river. It was a shame to see though that some of the buildings, although the shell of the ...
... chap behind me I'd like to tilt mine back too so don't have your sodding knees in the back of my chair all flight so I can't" but unfortunately that conversation didn't happen! Anyway, I arrived safely at warrens house after a short taxi ride. A quick shower and change and we headed out for something to eat and a couple of beers. We then headed next door for a Thai massage which made me realise that perhaps a spot of exercise is in order and an early night. ...
... left to meet her mom. Although she is a very nice girl, very intelligent, and more mature than usual, its hard for me not to see the kid in her. She has still to acquire the grace that women acquire as they become older. She still comes across in many ways as the awkward young woman. But then that's what she is supposed to be at her age. After waking up, I firstly decided to reevaluate the hostel I was staying in Chiang Mai. The experience in Bangkok has taught me to ...
... of the same name never actually existed. The bridge we visited was the right one, it was just over another river. Having many tourists arriving in Thailand each year and being disappointed upon learning this, the Thai authorities came up with a simple solution and renamed a section of the river to Kwai. Voila! Happy tourists, happy tourism economy.
That night we headed to a small local restaurant (with the very Thai name of Wunderbar) and had an absolutely ...
... a great bar playing decent house music (man it was good to hear some proper tunes) we got well on the drinks. This place, obviously, is geared up to getting you as tanked as possible, and probably skanking in the process, which we're sure we did having looked at the bank balance in the morning - switching money denominations is pretty difficult!! Anyway, we got well and truly on it, sculling bucket after bucket and slowly getting more and more off our ...