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... a long flight) my girlfriend asks me "When You lived here, how long was it till You acclimatised to the heat"
I reply, "you don't acclimatise to the heat, you just learn not to moan" We go to the taxi rank and get a taxi, I ask if it's on a meter she replies yes and hails a taxi driver, he is in good spirits and his English is very good, he helps us with our luggage into the boot of his car and off into Bangkok we go.
... house to go with our fish ball soup. our meal was just over £1.20!
On the way back we were to discover that 7-11 here is what Tim Hortons is to Canada or Gregs is to the north of the UK. We passed 3 alone on the short 1/2 mile walk back. We picked up some drinks for the night in the largest one near our hostel. Pepsi is 12 baht and Matts ice tea was 2 for 1 at 20 baht! I have learned though that just like in most of China, diet coke is no ...
... half an hour trying to barter him some flip flops below 100THB but failed (with no shoes on at all he didn't really have a good bartering angle) and ended up back at the first stall for the 3rd time to a very angry Thai lady. I got some amazing street pad Thai for dinner for 25THB and Ajay got his second maccies on the day. Then we headed ...
... in the city at our request. This wat had a lovely red interior, and a chedi (shrine encasing valuable articles etc) that had elephants on it and a gold top. We walked a couple of blocks over to see the ancient wall, before stopping at a popular local kitchen for lunch. We headed east out Tha Phrae gate to the centre of the city, stopping to take photos of Wat Mahawan, which had big banners of the king and his wife. Further up the street, we wandered into the grounds of Wat ...
Our last day in Bangkok was a whirlwind of activity. We took our first tuk tuk ride with a young fellow who had only been driving for a year. It's astonishing how good they are at driving in the thick of it. They have to be...or they perish! Happy honking is part of any road travel here and when anyone honks their horn, it's as if they are saying "Hello... I am on your left...squeeze over just a little bit please". It is all ...
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nice and clean, but wifi is expensive
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