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Now, you're probably wonderin' a few things:
'Weren't these two guys in Venice in the last blog?'
'Huh? Why would they go from Venice to Bangkok?'
or for those of you who know us well, "Haven't they been to Bangkok already?"
Well, we decided that we would take a year off for traveling and …
I arrived to the Nouvo City Hotel around 3:00pm where I immediately posted on the Facebook page to see if everyone was still at the hotels once some went for a bike tour since they got there a day or two earlier. I met up with Dan and Carl and we went for a walk to pick up some Baht and make a trip to Khao San Road. We walked around a bit and finally settled at a place on Rummbuttri Road a street parallel to Khao San Road. I had a ...
... are more buildings planned. It’s a blend of Thai architecture and the bizarre – the main building painted white (to symbolise purity), covered in mirror mosaics that sparkle in the sun. All around are intricate designs and sculptures of strange objects. It’s oddly beautiful. However, there was a major setback last year when the temple was damaged by an earthquake. The main buildings are now declared safe but there is ...
... the tourists expect to have an elephant ride and 'learn to be a mahout'. It seems that there's an uneasy truce between the rescue centre where the elephants recuperate and form their own chosen family groups, and the working elephants. Narissa told us of the difficulty they'd had when a group of the sanctuary elephants had waded across the river and helped two of the elephants in the next working camp to escape from their bindings , and brought them back across to their side of ...
... with seven floors of stalls. Purchased a fair amount of goodies, well Chris did as I overpacked and have no space at all in my bag - torture! We decided to go for a 'proper' meal in a fancy restaurant, although with the name Cabbages and Condoms, you might not think it. We were welcomed by Father Christmas and a fairy made entirely from condoms. The food was yummy and I even asked for the bill in Thai. Instead of your standard mint with the bill you get a posh condom. In keeping with ...