Howard Square Boutique Hotel
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... finally found one at the right price, and decided to walk back to the hostel with a beer. Everyone was in the lounge by that time, and off we went to a bar/club kind of a scene. I wasn't drinking too much this night. I guess, you really need to be having a great time to drink a lot. By midnight I had only couple of beers. Well, three beers in the US sizes. I got some time to talk to the Iranian girl, Faria. She has done a fair bit of traveling for her age. What is ...
Before we left this morning the Americans took us to a wat down the road where a Buddha's head is growing in the roots of a tree. It was quite an amazing sight in the middle of a complex of old ruins.
Caught another mini bus, crammed onto the back seat again with a very interesting Thai person ...
... we went to see what $200M buys you these days. It was pretty impressive and as it turns out it's pretty difficult to photograph pure gold displayed under spotlights. The story goes the he was covered in plaster to hide him from an invading army, lost, and then rediscovered by accident when a piece of the plaster broke while it was being moved. The Buddhist people are very devout and make many different types of offerings. Incense, flowers, robes for the monks, cups ...
... room now and I can hear the music blasting from the street. Nothing as loud and insane as Koh Phi Phi, but still very loud. And there's probably 5-6 different songs/beats that I recognize; just a gong show of music. Tomorrow we are meeting up with some friends to go check out one of the floating markets and the old capital of Bangkok. Should be a fun day. The private cab with Lina and David picked us up at 8am. Lina and David is the couple Sarah met in Peru back in 2012. They are on ...
... if you get me. We stayed about a 10min walk just off Khao San Rd (the Magaluf Strip) which to be honest was the perfect location. Not too far yet far enough away from Khao San and not too far a walk away from the Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew. We stayed at the Sawasdee Smile Inn, and it was a dive. It was filthy, stained sheets, minging toilets etc. Put it this way, i didnt see any cockroaches as i think they took one look at the place and thought "stuff that, ...