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I've been to Bangkok a dozen or so times over the years and the 'City of Angels’, for me at least, is still one of my favourites in Asia. On this occasion however I was only using it as a jumping off point to the first highlight of my journey, Kanchanaburi. This was probably as well given the blanket ban on alcohol out of respect for a Buddhist holiday during my stay. So, with no option of a Chang beer on the Khao San Road or a sun downer at the top of Lebua, I ...
... found the correct bus stop and sat down as our bags were feeling unusually heavy on our tired bodies; a friendly Thai lady started chatting to us about where we were from and where we were trying to go, she advised us that one of the 2 bus options had been cancelled before hopping on her bus heading off. Our impression of the people so far was that they were extremely helpful, a stark contrast to how tourists are treated in London.
Mesmerized by a lady sweeping the streets ...
... Tescos or the like. We were out of supplies and beer, so needed to do a 4000 baht shop. I rode along with the tuk tuk driver, who had his little boy of about 2 standing in front of him on the tuk tuk, he was ever so cute, and our 2 campers followed along behind.
Inside the shopping complex I asked a police officer if he could organize it ...
... of them in their life time. In other words, they were very disorganized. (not that I enjoy spending much of my time at an American auto shop, I find them also stinky and greasy, but they are generally have more space and lighting inside)
I felt way in over my head being in Bangkok by myself. I felt Thailand in a lot of ways is like Mexico, with it being a developing country with bad water, corrupt police, cheap prices, ...
... Aroy and absolutely loved it. I got pad Thai and it was perfect. Highly recommended! It is located in downtown Bangkok about a block down from Casa Nithra on Sam Sen road. Our friends arrived by the time we got back and went to Aroy for dinner as well. It was 8:30pm by the time we got back so my mom and I decided to go to the hotel's rooftop pool to enjoy the view for a bit before ...