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... the border crossing, then on to Siem Reap. I can't say I'll be sorry to leave Bangkok - its grown on me slightly during our time here, but overall it's hot, sticky, busy, crowded and smelly. At best it's smells of tasty street food, but mostly it's cooking fish or exhaust fumes, or, largely, a mixture of foul smells including rotting egg, sewerage, and other unidentifiable unpleasant odours. I feel our second trip to Bangkok before we fly to Australia will be much ...
... not seen. In the evening we had a cooking class to learn how to prepare Thai food. We then went to our friends' suite on the 22nd floor of the Lebua Hotel, a 5 star hotel, as they upgraded once the group disbanded. This is the same hotel where the Skytower Bar is located. We then picked up our luggage and made our way to the airport at midnight for a very long wait until our flight at ...
... Arun (Temple of Dawn), one of the most symbolic landmarks in Bangkok as the majestic Tower of the temple of dawn dominates the skyline of the Chao Praya River. Construction of the temple first began during the reign of King Rama II (1809-1824) and was completed by King Rama III (1824-1851). The central tower is 76 meters high and is decorated by thousands of tiny seashells and pieces of Chinese porcelain and is protected by an array of demons and monkeys. It ...
... 50 baht ($1.64) for three pieces of fried chicken plus a can of Coke.
Crossed the bridge and stopped in the Bangkok Information Center. From there, I walked to the National Museum, arriving at 2:24 and paying an entry fee of 200 baht ($6.54). Still hungry, I headed straight for the museum’s cafe for a full lunch of chicken stirred with basil leaves and rice, which cost 75 baht ($2.45). Whew, it’s spicy!
... about £1.50). With full bellies (maybe not bealies) we then boarded our long boat. Where was everybody else though? The long boat departed with just us for company. Headed in to the canal system. It should have been a gorgeous stretch of water but as with any canal I've seen it was littered with waste. A little lady came paddling up to us to sell us cheap tat. After refusing she then tried getting us to buy a beer. After we refused that she asked if we wanted to buy the ...
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