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Out of the BTS at Siam and down into Siam Paragon Food Court for a Vietnamese rice noodle soup with shrimp. This just happened to be the closest mall to the station exit. Had to work out that you have to pay for a card that has preloaded with the amount that you want and this ...
... a trip to Sapa
Minibus then overnight train to Sapa 10 hours
Return train to Hanoi 10 hours
After three nights in Hanoi I flew back to Bangkok ready for my flight at the end of the month. That took around 5 hours
As well as these transit journeys we also have local exploration trips most days, usually by private minibus. These are a great way to see the surrounding areas and there are some interesting transport variations ...
... to the unit. Quite a performance as you put your destination down on a list with a "taxi manager" - I was number 25?- and as taxis arrive you are allocated. There are assertive people who want to jump the queue - but this little girl has it sorted.This taxi was pink - BUT - oh dear - metre not working. So I explained - in my excellent Thai - the amount he was going to get at end of trip. He just shrugged - ok.
See what tomorrow brings.
To kill time before our train we went to lemphini park which is beautiful and quiet in the middle of the city. There were huge lizards like the size of baby crocodiles and one crept up on us when we were napping in the shade. We all ran screaming as the locals laughed. We spent most of the afternoon there before having some food and an ice-cream. We are going to have a big dinner before starting our train ...
... wood floors clean. This might be a good idea for all of us.
Jim Thompson’s House was really a very nice place, though getting close to being a tourist trap. However, apparently he had quite a bit to do with encouraging the silk trade in the area, and collecting and preserving Asian art, which was not a common activity in the 50’s. He vanished without a trace at age 61 and was never seen again. A mystery!