Drop Inn Bangkok
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... I guess it was the straw on the camel's back. We had a chat and it looks like he might be going home. Once Becky turned up and we'd gone home I prepared for football for the first time in a month. It seems all the holidaying and eating and general laziness has not paid off over the last month and that my body has returned to it's old, unhealthy state. Football was hard and painful and to some extent boring. I couldn't get a handle on the game and I felt out ...
... bars, a few clubs, so many massage parlour and street food! So dinner was some random curry, pretty sure mine was beetles or some kind of insect.. Haha. I didn't die or get ill.
First night in Thailand, we had to have a few bevvies so we dolled ourselves up and hit a few bars, met some fellow travellers and had a boogie!
Next day: 21st October
First tuk tuk ride, time to explore! Got taken ...
... bring home some food from the stalls for supper.....cost effective and one day where I won't need to worry about cooking!!!
We then crossed over the street to Lumpini Park which can best be described as the "Central Park" of Bangkok. It is huge, beautiful and full of interesting things to see. After checking out the park we figured we would head toward the river to take a boat up to the Grand Palace. On talking to a local we found out the Palace ...
... the tuktuk driver took us all around (to the Golden Mountain and a temple and some other places). We went to a store and bought necklaces which we later found out where not worth what we thought. The tuktuk driver then tried to make us go into a suit store we didn't want to go to because if we bought something he would get a fuel voucher. We finally got back to the grand palace and could not go in because we ran out of time and didn't go to the Big Buddha because ...
... further (wearing flip flops was a great idea) and had the pleasure of being kissed by yet another elephant, an action that consists of the trunk finding your cheek and sucking!Then came my favourite part of the day, perhaps even up there with the favourites of the trip; a mud spa and waterfall shower with the elephants. It was so worth paying a little more to go to a caring, no riding elephant sanctuary when you get to see how happy and carefree they were rolling around ...