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... drivers here are choosey and often refuse to take you places - popular excuses, when given, include 'there is traffic in that area' or 'not enough petrol' or ( when asked to take us to the airport one time) 'don't know where that is'!!
We're hot and tired and glad to be back after a marathon day of traveling. I am no longer hungry but top up my fluid levels with a few cold beers - top tip from Jamie - it's even cooler if you keep your glasses in the freezer.
This morning we got up early after a bad nights sleep in a hostel room with no air con! We paid 50p for a lovely continental breakfast and then we headed out to our next hotel. We dropped our bags off and went to explore to city. We picked up another British tourist on our exploration called Rose, we hopped in a tuk tuk that took us round the city, to the golden mount and the sleeping Buddha as well as trying to sell ...
... not being lead astray and several times had to jump off when the driver would decide to take a detour to avoid traffic. One day we, and all the other passengers, were just told to get off the bus mid trip which as it turned out was a better plan as walking the last 1/2 mile was actually faster. To avoid traffic, which is everywhere and almost constant, we learned to take the train as far as possible, then look for a bus. We did take several Tuk Tuk's when we got ...
... building with the track and field next to it. Its quite modern and artistic building.
I am off tomorrow to Laos for a visa run and will be back in Bangkok Tuesday night. Just in time for my first day of school Wednesday morning. Unfortunately the first day of school is Monday for most teachers and I must miss these first 2 days. The students first day is on Wednesday Oct 29. I am a little nervous but I am sure things will settle down in the coming weeks. ...
... 260 baht Supermarket Bottle of Coke 1.25 lt - 50 baht Pâté - 170 baht Big bag of Crisps - 60 baht Sushi - medium pack - 7 pieces - 150 baht Bread - 70 baht Big Pringles - 130 baht Taxi - yes cheap, but only if you haggle for your life. Restaurant/cafe Thai Green Curry - 230 baht Pad Thai - 200 baht. So essentially you're paying 4-5 quid for a Thai curry in Thailand in a street side cafe. Same as buying pasta in a London cafe for 4-5 quid. I went back to ...