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... chilling and waiting to be chosen for the night... We looked a bit out of place..
On Saturday we planned to meet up with Yves and Mathilde again in the evening, right after we visited the famous Chatuchak market! We left early to avoid the heat and the crowds, and we were so glad we did! it is massive, hot, and you couldn't even hope to see it all. We were sort of expecting the same old tourist tat that most markets in Asia have, ...
After 16 hours of travelling, the last step of the journey to Bangkok was probably the scariest - the half hour drive into the city from the airport introduced me to Thai traffic and the skill of cramming as many family members onto one moped and still negotiate the streets at high speed. The record so far stands at 3 people, however I'm told Vietnam will see that increase and include belongings and pets into the bargain. In the short time we had, ...
... really wanted to see it enough to pay that much, and the heat had become so all-consuming at that point that we decided to head across the river to see the Wat Arun and then get back to hotel to get in the pool and cool down. I really can't describe how much the heat wiped us out, it was just a sweatbox! The Wat Arun was really impressive, such an intricate building - there is literally not one single inch of it that's not carved or sculpted in some way. ...
... Thai massage and foot massage in the first historic massage school in Thailand. This palace was much nicer to us. the Reclined buddha is very impressive.
We then walked out to find that because of the rain there was a traffic jam and taxis would take forever to take us back. An elderly old man, offered some help with a map to direct us and we genuinely thought he had no intention to trick us. But some way ...
... installed with all our backpacks in McDonalds, while Gonzalo and Barbara went to check out a few hotels and guesthouses. In the end Gonzalo found a very nice room in the street called “Soi Rambuttri”, just a few meters from Khao San Road. It was a bit more expensive but the room looked luxurious. We paid BHT 1,050 per room and per night among three of us. The room was extremely clean and had A/C as well as hot water.
Our first afternoon in Bangkok was quite ...