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And there the trains comes! Bellies in and step back!!! Wow it perfectly rolls between the stands and fruit and veggies around the rails dissapear for a minute underneed the train.
Once it passed the whole market is turned back into normal situation in less then a minute! Incredible! Tables with fish and meet slides back on to the track, baskets and boxes back on place and veggies are rearranged so everything looks if nothing did ...
... rather peethed by now as all we wanted to do was go to the river crossing. He then took us to a boat tour that we didn't want to take and then refused to take us to where we wanted to go! We finally compromised and he took us back to Khao San Road. We had lunch on the road adjacent and/or parallel, but not perpendicular, to Khao San and then took a cab to Wat Arun, where Alex had a near death experience after slipping on the steps and Robbie was close to cardiac ...
... of the so-called visa service people, eager to scam us ignorant tourists out of our American dollars. Great was my astonishment then, when the bus finally stopped at the Thai side of the border, right in front of the immigration office, no scammers in sight. Perhaps they had taken the day off for Songkran? I walked into the immigration office to discover an empty room and didn't have to wait in any queues. In a matter of minutes I found myself crossing ...
... on our trip which made it nice and peaceful and our boat left a bit early so we were able to reach the islands before the hundreds of other people on other trips so got some quiet snorkelling done before they arrived. The sea was beautiful and there were so many fish, loads of different types and colours and the coral was quite impressive too. I even saw a swordfish at one point, just swimming amongst the schools of stripey fish, minding his own business. Some of the coral ...
... to an ice cream parlour. It was a new experience, upon ordering ice cream, to be asked whether we'd like it fried or with egg yolk. Dave opted for fried (which proved very tasty, and similar to a profiterole filled with ice cream) while Jacqui played it safe with coconut ice cream topped with "fried nuts", which seemed both to look and taste like grapes and ...