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We stayed at the Fortville Guesthouse after reading reviews in the guidebook, a cross between a church and a castle. We visited Wat Benchambophit, The Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Khoa San Road. Khoa San seemed different to what I had expected, but after spending the week in India it was comforting to be surrounded by so many other travellers.
... the Tuk Tuk drivers to take tourists to their shop so that they can sell things! IT ALL MAKES SENSE! They didn't want to take us where we wanted to go because they wanted to make their money! We were so fed up! We thought to ourselves, what a waste of a day!
We go back to our hostel, relax a bit, and hope to make better advantage of the night. After reserving our transportation back to the airport, we ask the vendor if he recommended any good places to ...
... practically right next to them along the Chao Phraya River.
Several bridges were passed underneath, one of them being the Rama IV Bridge. The Grand Palace was also seen from the river and Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn which I’ve climbed just 24 hours ago.
And as one might say, all good things must come to an ...
... celebratory, so it felt like going to a carnival or a football game. Arriving at Asok and trundling my suitcase along the overhead bridge, it was strange to see Sukhumvit Road blocked off, traffic-free with the tents of the permanent protesters spanning the multi lane highway, a large stage and loud speakers relaying the political speeches.
With the help of friendly protesters I found my way to soi 18 and the strangely quiet ...
... from the Goddess of Water for any misdeeds. In the northern region of Thailand they celebrate Yee Peng which is also a festival of lights where beautifully illuminated lanterns are released into the night sky.
We took a cruise down the Chao Phraya and from the vantage point of the open top deck of the ferry, we could see the hundreds of people gathered on either side of the river floating their krathongs. The landmark ...