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Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... make the most of it.
The following day after only a few hours sleep we were up and out on the Sky Train at Nana, this stop is literally at the end of our road. We paid 42 bahts each ( under a £1.00) to get to Saphan Taksin station, this is where we got off for the Pier. We decided to get the boat to the Grand Palace. The Chaopraya Cruise company have a regular boat service from Sathorn Pier all the way up to Phra Arthit Pier. You pay 40 baht a journey or 150 baht for a day ...
... br> To own stock in bottled water
To work nonstop
Make funny faces
LINDA: most likely to bend over, being most flexible
To leave something behind in Thailand
To go with the flow and keep smiling
To try and do anything once
To have her butt photographed more than her face
Make the locals laugh
CHRISTY: most likely to be found shopping
To be a photographer
To be willing to try anything ...
Third time staying in Bangkok.. but this time we were not going to be in backpacker land. Barry booked us in to the Woraburi Sukhumvit Hotel which was lovely, absolutely perfect considering it was one of the cheaper places to stay!. It was about a twenty minute drive from our favourite Khao San Road! This time would be a different experience.
After check-in it began to rain, we decided to grab the BTS Sky Train, and check out a few ...
... watch the world go by. It also makes things a lot cheaper.
We loved the friendliness of the people in Pai. Such as Ken who had moved from Bangkok ten years ago to open a coffee shop with posters of Jimmy Hendrix and Bob Dylan on the walls, and the big group of free spirited travelers (with the dreads of course) who joined our table at ‘Mama Falafal’, along with a solo German woman who judging by the speed she spoke at, hadn't had the ...
... live together in absolute peace & harmony & are not remotely bothered by the "tourists" coming along to see what is happening, they certainly don't wish us to bugger off back to our own countries! The absolute respect they hold for each other & the way this is displayed is beautiful to see. I love seeing them wai as it gives an indication of how they perceive each other by where they hold their hands (nothing wrong with a good handshake mind but wai is ...