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Our journey to Heathrow seems almost like a hazy dream now, I write, whilst boarding a ten hour coach to Chaing Mai, North Thailand. Carrying the equivalent of 4 small children on my back, izzy (ashamedly) wheeling her trolley suitcase through terminal 3, we spent our last parent paid for drink at Costa - our trip seeming closer than ever. Once …
... I decided to like it a little bit more, because I am managing better to find my way around and am more oriented than the first time. It let's you go around much more relaxed. 18:59 pm I got it! I have a flight! Not the one I first booked, that money came back. But the second one that was way more expensive. Tomorrow at 21:35 I will be taking TigerAir to Singapore and have a 6.20 hour layover before going on to DPS :) Visa, please don't disappoint ...
... read my journal be assured I am very ok but a little shorter on cash!!!!! As I navigated the crumbling and rather uneven pavement on my 3rd day here I tripped and fell to the ground and rendered unconscious-60,000 Baht later ($2000) I am up and walking with no ill affects or scars but a lighter bank balance.Its one of the hazards of travelling which I never prepare for and really is just one of those things.Travel they say is an art ...
We arrived in Bangkok at 6:30 in the morning. We both were excited to final be here. I wish I had slept on the plane more but the anticipation helped get me through the day. We exchanged some money for the Thai Baht at an exchange rate of 32.48 Baht per $1 and instantly felt rich. After exchanging our money we caught a taxi and headed to our hotel. We are staying at the Bangkok Marriott and got a free upgrade to a suit on the 39th floor (only 40 floors with rooms). ...
... impressive temples. (I'm getting tired after a 16 hour day in Vietnam today, so I'm cutting the story telling short).
Lastly, our day ended with the classic Thai Boxing event at Lumpini Stadium. Personally, I'm a lover not a fighter :-), but it seems like the thing everyone should see once while in Thailand.
We stayed for just 4 of the 10 fights, and the first 2 ended with the young guys being carried out ...