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... views from the 64th floor! Have a look at the pictures! This morning I caught a bus from Bangkok to Cambodia... An "8 hour journey" for £4! I left Bangkok at 8 but arrived in Siem Reap at 8! So much time was wasted. I should have paid the £40 and got here in 45 minutes by ...
... at the market.
The first stop was the seafood market. If it hadn't been for the experience, anyone would go running out of this place! The smells were beyond putrid. It was fishy and rotten smelling due to the insane heat and humidity around here. I slipped a couple of times on some fish slick. That was fun. Lou Lou purchased some purple corn for us to munch on for the ferry ride over to where we were headed. Definitely different tasting and surprisingly all ...
... Bangkok is BUSY. It takes ages to drive anywhere, so we will stick to foot or train or boat.
A bonus arrising from the current political situation is that there is a 10pm curfew, so at least the roads will be quiet overnight.
Wednesday 28th May
Last day in SE Asia!
We haven't been very adventurous, just sticking to the area around our hotel, reading in its AC and having dinner in the local Indian ...
... we had a skinful and managed to get home not long after 5am We've currently been too jet lagged to get out there and do temples, floating markets during the day etc so we will look to do that when we return at the end of the trip (as our flight back to the UK is conveniently Bangkok). Tomorrow we leave Bangkok for an early start to start our proper travels. We will be heading to Sukhothai to a world heritage sight to go and see some ruins and no doubt a temple or ...
... are in the room (The room's electricity only runs when our room key is placed into a small holder at the front door). Any needs for the loo will be taken care of out and about!
We took a very quick jaunt to walk around the area of the hostel and ate in Chinatown. The lovely owner of the stalls father ate with us. He was a staunch supporter of Arsenal, and was visibly upset that we werent avid football fans. His son gave us fried fish trimmings ...