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... Michal liked Bangkok and he was looking at jobs here. Me? It's vibrant and crazy and decadent and new, but not sure if I can live with the cockroaches and the dirt. I like Japan clean style :)! Anyway I would consider... Maybe. Well it is, to put in the words of a Thai, hot and hotter, which can be nice coming from crapiest weather of the planet city Brussels. If I could go shopping to Prada maybe I could live with it :)... Tomorrow Koh Samui finally zee ...
... nearly everybody reading this has never heard of, Loeng Nok Tha.
This required after almost 11 hours of travelling, to change from Suvarnabhumi Airport over 20kms outside the city centre all the way to Don Meung Airport which is 20kms outside the other side of the city.
That was exactly what I wanted to do after a long transit period in Singapore and a sleepless night within the transit hotel.
But the bus trip between the two airports was a lot less chaotic ...
Arrived in Bangkok after the sleeper train about 7.30. We were able to check into our hotel nice and early which was great so we were able to chill for a while. We went to the large shopping mall today called MBK it was like The Trafford Centre but had market stalls as well inside and was huge. There was evidence of the protesting outside the mall, but we have been largely unaffected and the little that we ...
... As for the title of this post, I can't really tell you much about ladyboys as we decided not to visit one of the many shows offered to us. It really is incredibly intriguing to see the lists of things those ladies can do (cut banana? write a letter? Christ) but with scams aplenty around there, we opted for some shisha instead.
Now it's time for me to board a 14 hour flight to Christchurch...joy of joys.
... was 'Lucy time’, so we caught a Tuk-Tuk to Wat Pho Temple to absorb some Buddhist history. The location of the 'sleeping buddha’, a huge golden Buddha lying on its side, this is a mix of a tourist destination and a mecca for the locals. Police at the temple entrance tell you to cover your shoulders, remove your shoes and "watch out pickpockets!". The temple complex was impressive, with numerous buildings and ornate towers, many decorated in gold leaf adorned ...