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... were no boats operating at that time so we decided to go by foot.
On the way to Tha Chang Pier, from where we wanted to use the ferry crossing service, we passed by the Grand Palace. The small shuttle boat took us from Tha Chang Pier to the opposite side of the Chao Phraya River - Wang Lang Pier. Then we kept on walking until we hit Wat Arun. We were wandering through a completely non-touristic neighborhood. There were barely any people on the streets, most streets ...
... amp; Penny, India's parents.
We spent a few hours here just strolling around in and out of the shops.
In the evening Nathan's cousins BJ was in the city on business and had free evening. He lives in Singapore and we do plan to stay with him but it was a good opportunity to meet up with him here also.
We headed over to his hotel where we had some drinks on the roof top over the city. We had a ...
... shirts, flags, whistles and also in true thai fashion of trying to exploit and make money out of everything there was also a lot of normal stalls selling all sorts of ****. There was loads of food stalls, massage chairs, big canvas pictures on display and on the stages where the speeches takes place in the evenings there was live bands and karaoke! So this protest is more of a festival! ... Only in ...
... got something to eat (a nice standard pad thai), I also managed to pick up some Beats headphones for a good price on the street stalls. Not the annoying in your face huge big ear muffs but the NORMAL slot in your ear and play deep base headphones. They were / are quality, I'd advise everyone to change from Iphone headphones to these, make such a difference. When I got back to the hotel I was organising a taxi with the concierge, as I was dealing with him ...
... back to our hotel for a few hours prior to our group meeting which was at 6. We met everyone and then completed some forms. Vaughn, our leader, went over some information with us and then most of us headed out for dinner in Chinatown. Normally the groups have dinner somewhere on Khoa San Road, but because of the protests, the company policy was to avoid the area - hence ...
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