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... fabulous Pad Thai and noodles and rice. It a lot like Chinese food but A LOT more cheap. We converted our lunch at a local Thai place and it ended up being 8 dollars. You would probably only get a soda for that price in America. Because of the great taste and price at the local restaurant, we ended up eating there 3 times in the week that we stayed in Bangkok. We stayed at a hotel/apartment. I call it that because we had a kitchen and everything that an apartment ...
... highly revered Thai monarchy. Next I took the short trip across the busy Chao Phraya river for just 3 baht(6p!) to Wat Arun. This Khmer style spire overlooking the river is covered in mosaic style tiles and protective demons. The spire is climbable(just) allowing views over the surrounding river area if you are willing to scale the incredibly steep and precarious steps. By this time I was ready to head back to my hostel and the amazingly satisfying air conditioning system. However I ...
... and out of sleep coughing my guts up though. Think I'm going to have to skip the floating market tour and massage at this rate. I would rather get plenty of rest for my tour. Hoping I'll be in better shape to go out and see the city tomorrow evening and watch it come alive. I'm not far from the main strip on Khao San Road so it would be nice to see it! I've got ,y ladyboy repellent ...
... his reaction was priceless and I'm glad they left these sorts of bloopers throughout the video. Then we geared up with bikes and helmets (mine was absolutely huge for my head, and the majority of the times that sideways) and we're off. Here is a list of the places we visited and the fact that Marissa told us: (not in order) 1) Wat Kalamayamitr - Marisa taught us how to fold a lotus flower as an offering gift to Buddha - the bells outside of the church that people ring serve ...
... the bizarre setting of a roof top and surrounded by high rises. Outside the entrance to the park is a small food court in the mall selling corn, meats on sticks, drinks etc. Being Thai run, once you've paid your entrance fee you can head in and out of the park and they are more than happy for you to go and buy food and bring it back in. It's really fab, and made more so by the amusement park that is on the floor below. It's enchanted forest theme ...