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... where we started. Who knew all of those motorcycles were for hire? Saturday night we went to a movie, "The Martian". The theater was in the fanciest mall we've ever been in. The movie was INCREDIBLE and we both strongly recommend it. Interestingly, a message flashed on the screen to please stand and pay respect to his majesty, the king. Everyone stood and we were shown a slide show of the king's life on the big screen. When it was done, we sat and the movie ...
So I made it to Thailand! After rather tearful goodbyes, 2 x 6 hour flights and an hour long taxi drive stuck in traffic I was glad to arrive at my hotel which was a bit of an extravagance for £35 a night. I had a lovely en suit air conditioned room, the bed was huge! My first day I felt quite overwhelmed to be honest, I wasn't really sure what to do with myself! After a good nap and a shower I eventually went out for a brief explore before returning ...
... annoying most of the vendors on the street I did manage to get one guy from 2500 to 1000 baht for the 10 pairs of trousers. That was still £2 a pair though! We got everything we needed to do and headed back to the room to pack. Some how all 10 pairs ended up in my bag even though they were all for Jenn's friends! 12th July - We had to get up at 5:30am so that we had time to get the 40km across Bangkok to the airport. Everything ...
29th May - Land in Bangkok at around 2:30pm. Our plan is to go to Eastern bus station and find the times of the morning buses to Koh Chang. Then find a hotel and stay there for night. We made it to the bus station and found out that we needed to get the 8:30am bus to Trat and then get the boat to Koh Chang. The only issue was that there were no hotels in sight and we have no way of getting Internet. Our personal travel agent thankfully sends us a ...
... the boat to the pier. It was tentative conversation, I think. Its just that travel friendships are so condensed, that you end up being in situations you wouldn't be for weeks in a normal friendship. We got to the Palace, and bought our tickets. Then, the next counter was the audio guide counter. Now, I really wanted to do this, but it was 200 baht more, and I didn't know if she wanted to do it. So I asked her if she wanted to do it. She replies "Potentially, yes". ...