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... they make you pay. On Saturday night i had my first Thai meal - i ordered Pad - Thai which is a sweet and spicy noodle dish, it was really tasty and is served all over Thailand. We then went out to a few bars on the Khao San Road which was an experience in itself - I think the majority of music is S club 7 and the spice girls and there is at least 1 ladyboy working at every bar. We met the other group as well who Sugar and Ax ...
... buddha. After a few wrong turns we finally found it, donned our cover ups and went in. It really was amazing but not good for the feet! Its compulsory to take off your shoes before entering a temple but then putting your bare feet onto the cement in 34 degree heat is like being on hot coals ouch! After our little temple trip we jumped back into a tuk tuk for the journey home. And out came the songkran wellwishers ...
... eventually end crashing at Jon and Laura’s hostel. We get up late, go out for some Krispy Kreme’s and head back to the hostel for additional rest.
This time out, on February 15th now, we book our upcoming nights in Krabi and Koh Phi Phi and lastly Kuala Lumpar. After a bite of good curry, we call it an early night and get ready for what will be a big day ahead of us.
February 16th, our fourth day ...
... It was then that we noticed the cameras - they were obviously making a film and in no time at all they were gone! Our next drive took us through some really nice countryside where small fields were being cultivated by locals growing vegetables, yams, bananas and much more. Within ten minutes we were at our next destination which was a truly spectacular Buddha, 380 feet high set into the side of a mountain. We had caught a glimpse of it in the distance from ...
... ride it was great to find out that it wasn't open on Tuesday's - yay. We decided to catch a ferry to a Ferris wheel we had seen on the drive over. Crammed onto a boat, we chugged along the Chao Phraya River for 30 minutes. The end location was awesome. It is a mall/market with bars and restaurants that could be seen in Melbourne or Auckland. There was a large Ferris wheel which lasted 15 minutes, cool two wheeled cars, and we had a cheap and nice dinner.
21st Jan - omg ...