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... on and off at Pyaha Thai to connect again with the airport train alighting 4 stations along at Ramthamheang and then the short walk to The Hub.
Another well earns sleep and slowly my body clock is adjusting thank in part to the heat!
... precise), come from all over the world. China is heavily represented: everywhere we go, there is a most obvious presence. The streets of Bangkok are generally rather wide with traffic not too congested. A marked change to that experienced in India. Pictures of the Royal family adorn just about every corner with many of the Royal colours waving in the wind in the form of flags. A very clean environment overall. It is a city with a very strong referral network. Just about ...
... 55357; leaving me and my big back on the street at 2 in the morning having to look for a place to stay. Fortunately my new found friend walked with me and I found a place in a hostel about 300m away...not all doom and gloom. I then quickly threw my bags down and myself and Lorena (who were definitely not tred as it was only 19h00 back home) went exploring to Kho San Rd to witness the aftermath of what must have been a huuuuuge night. The next ...
So one week of the big city is enough for this time - bye bye Bangkok and hello Sydney!
Sorry that I haven't updated for a while but I have been doing so much all the time and after that totally paralyzed in my whole body at the evening from walking I don't know how many kilometer and how many hours and also went to the gym....*host* one time..
Bangkok gave us a really Welcoming weather, raining 2-3 days.. Boring. So we went to ...
... a no-nonsense attitude. They cook your meal on a make-shift stove (also on the sidewalk). These are the best places to get authentic Thai food at a great price. Over our week in Bangkok, we enjoyed many fantastic meals from restaurants like these. Both Dom and I prefer the green curry above all other Thai meals, but we tried a lot of different meals and soups. For our last two days in Bangkok, we took day trips to Ayutthaya and an authentic floating market in Ampawa- details to ...