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After sweating what I’m sure had to be at least a gallon of sweat walking around the palace we headed to Khao San Road, the backpackers district of Bangkok and got massages. I did a Swedish massage and foot massage for $10. It was just what I needed. Walking at least 6 miles a day takes a toll on my old lady hips.
We headed back to Khao San Road later that night ...
... Offered drinks menu - £10 a drink?!?!?! Just 1 then please we will share!! The view is aaaaamazinggggg of the city. Beautiful. Stayed a while finished the drink took some nice photos then went back to Saphai Pae. There was a massive storm all night once we were back and trying to sleep - it sounds so close and loud so another **** nights sleep! I miss my bed so much. And dressing gown. Cups of tea with custard creams. ...
... visit. Turned up the restaurant had closed!
So this time I just got a taxi to Siam square, one of the shopping centers where there where a lot of places to eat, or so I had heard, but some reason I didn't find them, so I pretty much had fruit juices and chips that day.
It's interesting how McDolnalds makes me feel like at home. Literally, it doesn't matter where I am in the world, as soon as I walk into McDonald's I feel safe. A bag of chips ...
... and from Amsterdam to boot, and he asked if I wanted to share the cab. Well we both told the driver that we were going to different places , but he seemed fine with it. Anyway, after a rather awkward ride into town, we finally get to Khao San Road, and I explained that my hotel was actually on Samsen Road. The driver wanted me to get out and walk the rest of the way, which was probably about 8 blocks! No way, not carrying my heavy as hell backpack!!! But ...
... hard so I had insisted on getting a taxi to the hotel which I'd booked on the Internet months ago. It was in a good location, near a Skytrain station on Sukumvit Road and an easy distance to return to the airport for my flight to Chiangmai on Friday. Three nights in Bangkok to catch up with as many of my young friends as possible.
The guest house was a bit of a disappointment and at first they tried to offer me a dark ,grubby and windowless ...