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... then it would at home... MBK is a huge five+ level shopping centre with masses of stalls and shops selling everything at pretty good prices. We started with manicure for the girls and pedicure for Daz and I. It was his first and I've never seen him look so uncomfortable in all of his life! Hilarious! After a bit of shopping (dress for me, shirts for the girls and Daz) and lunch at a Pizza place, we decided to try the ...
... miss this time. We looked around the night markets, had a few beers sitting at a street bar, and then another nice street food meal before bargaining for a tuk tuk back to the hotel.
Another day we took the public transport taxi boat along the khlong (canal) to get to the old Ko Ratanakosin area, where we nearly got suckered into a cheap tuk tuk tour (with obligatory stop to buy souvenirs at ridiculous prices). The canal trip was an experience in itself, with ...
... I keep our seats just in case – and the man tells Stuart ‘we give you lunch now – follow me.’ No other airline has given me lunch due to a delay. Cool. The man leads us back out of security and up to the lounge where we have the strangest meal. Apparently a reasonable lunch here includes butter sandwiches (white bread, no crusts), vegetable pokora (deep fried battered veggie patties), and fruit cake. And a juice box.
... later and found Paul sitting with his foot in a puddle of blood and even more bits of skin hanging off. We performed a quick bit of first aid to stop the bleeding and fed him a can of coke to get some colour back in his face and headed to the hairdresser. See photo below.
We are off next to Ho Chi Minh city where we are meeting our friends. We will be there for 4 nights and then we are heading to Mui Ne for a beach holiday
... the ticket barriers (including myself) would suddenly stop moving and listen... it honestly looked like a game of musical statues, but rather you freeze when the music plays. The Thai national anthem is also played in cinemas before the main feature and you are expected to stand out of respect, as well as being very aware of how you handle Thai money, as the King's pictures is on all notes and coins. You bet I had a steady hand when handling any Thai money in public, careful ...