Sri-Ayuttaya Guest House
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... After the tour, Ray and I headed out to check out a couple of more of the stores we had heard about from some of the people we have met. One is almost exactly like a Costco so it will be a great option for pretty much anything we might need (.....and some things we definitely won't need......frozen turtle meat and giant water bugs).
We decided to finish the day off with, yes, you guessed ...
... guy called Omar was our favourite and was just genuinely a really funny and chatty guy, and though the French couple offered for us to join them at the next bar/club/wherever they were going we decided to call it a night. Khao San Road was fun, or maybe just the drinking and chatting was, but either way it was a great way to finish an exciting and interesting day. It's safe to say we'll be having a lie in tomorrow morning, we've forgotten how to drink ...
... I didn't realize how truly massive Bangkok is. From Khao San Road it's a bout a 1.5 hour drive to the markets. A taxi will be absurd to get me there, the sky train doesn't run that far out and tuk tuks wont go that far from their zone :( Hopefully I see a floating market somewhere else in my travels before heading home.
Off to the Jim Thompson House today, the man responsible for the revival of silk in the area.
... to see the local area and good to finally chat with some other tourists!
I returned to my hostel to pack for a quick getaway this morning, finding, to my surprise a secret 500 bhat note (£10) that I'd stowed away for my return taxi and forgotten about... So what to do with a bit of extra cash, no room in my bag for extra souvenirs, no room in my belly for unnecessary food... I went for ANOTHER Thai massage... And this one was amazing! Super painful but ...
... later. What a change in just a few hours.
I lounge in the room for a bit with a snack and watch the BBC news.
At 11:15, 24 hours before take-off, I am able to select my seat on tomorrows flight so I am sat at the internet watching BA's clock tick down. They have given me a window seat which I quickly change to an aisle seat so that I can get about the plane easier during the flight. I update this blog then it is ...