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... Bangkok Train Station), taxis are supposed to use a meter.
The Embassy of Myanmar is located just a few meters from the train station "Sarusak". We submitted our application before the embassy, paid BHT 810 and were invited to come back on Tuesday afternoon (it was Friday). Then we took a tuk-tuk from the embassy to Khao San Road, which is probably the most popular part of Bangkok where all backpackers stay. The reason is very simple – cheap accommodation, many ...
... enjoying the fun and atmosphere we started to head back to where we had begun. We found a bar with closed doors where we managed to get in door and dry of.
We didn't last too long dry. We jumped in a tuk-tuk and was hit unexpectidly with super cold water by hidden locals along the side of the roads.
The following day was day 3 of SongKran and the final day. We spent the morning browsing around the shops close by. We also took the opportunity to use the fitness first ...
The day everybody turned up and the week got properly started. The daytime was a lovely day seeing the temples and having authentic Thai food in a hut next to the river. This being where I found a Thai bride whether I liked it or not. After she hit Chris for choosing a dinner she didn't want to cook, she sat on my knee and as we had photos and beer proceeded to kiss me on the cheek (face not rear!). She then brought Chris his dinner which was what she wanted to cook him and not what ...
... thereof. Most of the accompanying texts are in good English. We learned more about the history of Thailand which we appreciated very much.
The building is all in a charming colonial late 19th century style with beautiful wooden stairs.
We left the Museum to walk back to Pier 5 through part of Chinatown. Here as much as on the Flowermarket, it is impossible to give a complete picture of the peculiarities of that area. Let’s ...
... laugh with the man at immigration (go figure, bit odd) anyway, seeing my picture of when I first arrived and today - I look more relaxed and tanned - always a pleasure! We have gone back to your first hostel we stayed at who we arrived and it all seems quite surreal. It's weird to think how me and Jess have grown and are just used to doing bits and pieces, at the start, naturally, we were ...
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