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It was incredibly sweet this morning as the school presented us with certificates for our time teaching at the school and with beautiful scarves which have been made in Uthai Thani. We both said thank you to the school and Fai translated for us....all the school laughed when Alex managed to get the words 'Muay Thai' into his thank you speech. As …
Sadly leaving Thailand now due to Visa regs. but had a couple nice days in the capital city before leaving. Met up with Ying and her work friends (the folks from the boat party) which was nice they were out enjoying a bottle of fine single malt :D
Ying took us on a long train ride out of town to an interesting restaurant near her old …
... where to go and has planned a route. Jamie, Justin and John tag along politely but I am overwhelmed with the array of things on offer. The piles of material make the passageways smaller and the heat feels more intense. Motorbikes laden with boxes and trolleys push past us despite the tiny pathways. By the second shop we have realized it is cheaper to buy the finished zips than to buy the pull things on their own. They are also ...
... 8217;t had to play the tough work chick for a while and he wasn’t expecting such an abrupt response to trying to mess around with us. We feel a bit unprotected because we had to leave our pepper spray back in KL as we only took carry on luggage. We grabbed another taxi without issue and headed to Koh San to grab a bite to eat on our way home. Koh San is a main tourist spot especially for backpackers and they have large night food markets. Its busy, crazy but fresh. ...
... and figures crossed, hopefully they'll allow me into India. Now I can find a sunny spot to enjoy the tropical climate and get my first proper Thai curry! On 19th December I was in Ulannbatar (the coldest capital city in the world) and it was -30 degrees. On 9th January here it hit 34 degrees (Bangkok has one of the highest average temperature for a capital). I've changed temperature by 65 degrees in three ...
TravelPod Member Reviews48 Ville Bangkok
590baht a room with aircon
free fast wifi
VERY tasty and cheap cafe on groundfloor
Quick walk to cinemas/shopping malls
Lots of taxis about
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