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... compared to Canada. The building has a gym on the roof and laundry facilities downstairs.
The food market is 3 minutes away and one can buy all sorts of local dishes for $1-$2 from the street venders. I probably won't be cooking much in my apartment but I will reheat things here and there and be buying fruits and some snacks. Also goto to keep the beers cold. ;) There is a washroom with a stand-up shower, toilet and sink. There is also A/C. I pay ...
... bus ride from Hanoi because the country is so hilly and the roads are so bad. And that's if you're lucky and everything goes according to schedule. So I thought I might fly in, but then she said that Laos is where the really bad mosquito diseases are, and I think I've beginning to be convinced that it's not worth doing. Country counts are great and all, but I'm not THAT into them. It might be just easier to go to Myanmar. Mi and Ma were there a ...
We returned to Bangkok via night train in an attempt to maximize hang out time with Sarajane's college friend Hanna and boy, did she hook us up. Hanna is working in China right now and happened to be visiting a friend in Bangkok exactly during our last two days in the city. We ended up staying with Frank and Meg, two of the most generous and inviting parents we've ever met. I mean honestly, ...
... similar and different all at once. It was really nice to wake up with the sun and see the Thai country side come to life as locals greeted the day. I found myself in Bangkok once again a city that I am growing to enjoy. Once you get past the heat, smog, bustle and never ending hawkers it's charm starts to shine through. Derek and I took the water ferry along the river which really gives you a sense of how extensive the city really is. We passed our ...
... be a bit of a treat!
It has been a long journey for everyone today but we have made it to the Immortal bar in down town Bangkok. The band have flown in via a stop off in a chaotic Indian airport and I’ve travelled 15 hours by bus, boat and motorbike from a remote Thai Island to get here. We have had to dodge not only the political protesters who have closed down a large part of ...