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... on deck the whole time. It was so peaceful and relaxing. I wasn't missing anything as there was no one inside I really wanted to chat to.
Docked up and I prepared myself for another couple of hours waiting in traffic, but we were really quick. Got into my room at 4:30, plenty of time to sort the pictures, have a shower, pack, and get my butt up to the roof top for a beer on my last night in Bangkok.
I am not sad in the slightest to be leaving. The tours were ...
... and rice whilst John goes next door for the coffee. The barista is a coffee mixologist extraordinaire. He scoups two teaspoons of ground coffee and tips them into a muslin sieve, then he pours boiling water through this into a jug. He is now on a roll and adds a teaspoonful of powdered milk, adds two more one of condensed milk and one of evaporated milk and whisks it all up before pouring this hot sweet caffeine loaded brew into one of the cardboard cups. ...
... to get a sleeper train to chiang mai. I wiled away a bit of time in the nearby park, almost bumping into a huge 'water monitor' lizard before heading back to pick up my bag from the hostel. I then nursed a beer for a couple of hours and headed to the station. Once on the train I took up my upper bunk, which is a lot narrower than a lower bunk) and fell asleep fairly quickly in what was actually a pretty comfortable set up (Apart from occasional jolts from the train ...
... street. The food was lovely - great spring rolls and chilli sauce and a Thai green chicken curry and rice, but we ended up paying more than advertised for the Chang beer as we hadn't ordered it all at the same time. Several taxis refused to put the meter on or tried to charge us a ridiculous price for going a few streets. I had a lovely foot massage before heading back to our hotel. We should have noticed the name if the ...
... food but one thing we realized was eating in actually cost more than just buying street food. A box of mac n cheese cost more than 2 orders of rice and chicken. So primarily breakfast cereal and oatmeal was our food in and we just get street food the rest of the day. Silom area is the financial district of Bangkok all the the national embassys are there along with endless condos.
It rained the first few days then the rest of the time ...