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... it is over priced and extremely touristy, we decided not to opt for the 'crazy party boat cruise' however due to there being some confusion that's what we got. It was really fun the first night as we played beer pong, got taught the hacka by Deano the New Zealand guy on our tour and danced to a range of 90s classics with the crew. The next day we arrived at Cat Ba island where we expected our own private bungalow, what we got instead was a couples honeymoon room ...
... were checked yet another time by two red beret officers. There were many security personnel asking people to remove watches and belts but the lady checking the items on the conveyor belt did not bother watching the screen. Given what has happened recently with security issues on planes from Malaysia this seemed a little slack. Look out Oz, We are on the way. Just 8 hours more of flying across the Indonesian archipelago and across the desert into an Australian ...
... and saw a tiny Asian woman walking up and down my spine. I was shocked but didn’t want to stop someone who was working hard.
The thing I was looking forward to Thailand most was the access to great food. I love Thai food but everything we have got here has set a new standard for food for me. You pay the equivalent of €1 and you get the most amazing flavours ...
... across town to visit Jodi for lunch.
Being on Sukhumvit soi 22 we were half way between BTS stop 'Asok' and 'Phrom Phrong' but instead opted for a taxi as Jodi's work is half way up soi 63, also known as soi Ekkamai.
After a delicious lunch and quick catch up we headed back to the hotel for some more rest.
We headed back out at 8pm to have dinner with Jodi and some friends of hers that reside in Bangkok.
The restaurant had ...
... a boat came to take us back. We then headed to the Rambuttri Lane (or Soi) near us where we had a lovely dinner of Spring Rolls, curries and fishcakes! We ended up going over to the Khaosan Road to see what it was like at this hour and to have another drink. It was very lively but didn’t seem as bad as some people had made out. We enjoyed sitting and watching people pass by before we headed back to the hotel for we had another early rise in the morning (when will we ...
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