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Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... out) and instead made our own way to the Golden Mountain! Was an amazing huge shrine which we could walk all the way up to the top and see the whole of Bangkok. Took some great photos but unfortunately, the hostel's computers can't take our memory card so unable to put them up yet!
We then walked to the Grand Palace area - was definitely the nicest part of Bangkok we've seen, and went to see the Temple of ...
... insisting on pulling a bag and debating how to pack the boot and pressing bottles of iced water into our hands (I think we may have had a bit of a reputation for being thirsty people as we would come in and have at least two drinks to kick off with) and all wringing our hands and doing that lovely little two-hands-pressed-together bow, and making us promise to come back SOON and bring the whole family next time. Now bear in mind we had ...
... spirit."Our tuk tuk driver then took us to a tailor shop so he could pick up his free petrol coupon. These shops must pay tuk tuk drivers to take tourists to their shops. We bought a silk scarf each and he got his coupon. Happy days. Although we later seen similar scarfs in stalls around kohn san for less than half their price. He also took us to a legit tourist info centre recommended by the Thai English teacher we met earlier. We booked a bus to chang mai and ...
... the rain had just stopped.
9th June - We had only booked two nights in the hotel so we were due to check out at midday today. I woke up at 11:10am and Garry was still out for the count. I shook him awake and told him the time. We both jumped out of bed and I had a quick shower. We then both decided we were too tired and lazy to do any travelling today and that I would go and ask reception if we could stay another night. It was no problem to stay another night ...
street on our way down to the pier. The big river Chao Phraya runs
through Bangkok. Boats and water taxis are a common way to get around
and avoid the unbelievably busy traffic. We wanted to take the boat
to the old city and visit the reclining Buddha.
found ourselves caught up in a conversation with him. He was on his way to
take the boat to the hospital, to visit his newborn child.
Congratulations! we said, and me being the midwife (he ...