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... be a little Marij or a little Bert! That we are keeping as a surprise for later off course ;-). Maandag zitten we de ganse dag op kantoor bij Sarah, Siva en de Kevin om Sri Lanka voor te bereiden. De optimale data qua vliegtickets uitzoeken, de visums aanvragen, de mogelijkheden qua logement bestuderen en een beetje uitzoeken hoe we ons daar gaan verplaatsen. Het was ook de bedoeling om eens naar het budget en de uitgaven te kijken maar dat is er niet van gekomen. We zouden ...
... lovly smells of Thailand. Taking the train into the city was really easy and cheap. Cody got us an awesome employee discount to the Marriott. $50! Gotta love 5 star hotels for drock bottom prices. As we walked up the drive to the door, one employee came out to greet us and 2 more opened the doors for us. Then there was another girl who bowed and greeted us along with 2 people behind the counter who bowed and welcomed us. As we were checking in another girl appeared and gave us tea. ...
... hop on one of the ferries heading north up the Chao Phraya river, where we enjoy a leisurely cruise for half an hour until we arrive at our local pier. We wander towards our hotel through the backstreets, passing the old fort on the way. We agree to meet later then do our own thing for a couple of hours.
We meet up around six to head over to the nearby Kho San Road, the famous Bangkok backpacker street. It’s only a ten ...
... since I was last here. Checked in and it was still mega early so me and Louisa killed some time by watching the movie epic that we have seen advertised for the entire month! Then we met up with Lauren and Helen to get a Thai massage, it was the strangest experience! We had to get dressed into some weird uniforms that looked prison outfits, our masseuses came in and started there torture! My back must of ...
... delicious baguettes and smoothies! Next stop we went to another market at Wang Lee where we tried some of the street food – Crispy pork with sweet soy. Then, we went back on the boat to the last stop where we changed to head back up the river to our hotel where we alighted and went back to get ourselves ready for the evening. We decided to see what Wat Arun would look like in the dark as its on all the Postcards so we caught a late boat to the nearby pier and had a ...