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... the main tourist centres and Kwats are widely accepted. In fact US dollars don't seem to be that welcome in many places and the exchange rate isn't great. Internet is widely available but connections vary in strength and utility. In Yangon we had some of the best connectivity of anywhere on this trip whilst in Bagan we had full strength signal but could get no connection at all. My best advice would be to accept you may be cut off from the outside world ...
... curry with some weird yellow things in it and a good few Chang Beers. Prices are a bit higher than 2008 unsurprisingly but 90 baht seems the median price for a large beer (630ml) and at 6% it hits the spot pretty quickly!
Bangkok itself is a crazy city, particularly coming from the UK. Cars and mopeds everywhere and all going as fast as the traffic allows (usually 20 mph as it's so congested) the road laws seem to be survival ...
... things !! We managed to stay awake until literally just after 12 and watched the fireworks from our room whilst enjoying a beer to celebrate the NY. Have been on a Tuc Tuc Tour around Bangkok this morning which was educational and enjoyed. Just sat by the pool at the moment enjoying the view before we get sorted to fly off to Chaing Mai this evening for the next leg of our adventures. Big Love ...
... it seemed they were annoyed that we didn't book through their own company). We had to hot foot it round to the bus company mumbling foul words and carrying heavy bags just in time to wave the bus down as it departed. 2 days later and after another forgettable night in a musty dusty room in Phnom Penh (a window view of the corridor at no extra cost) we made it to Siem Reap and finally found a town we could enjoy.
Siem Reap has grown into a tourist hub and lost a lot ...
... arrived in a large tumbler made of plastic.
Despite that, It tasted quite nice and came with complementary peanuts and a refreshing wet towel.
We enjoyed the location for a while and were trying to figure out how long we could travel for the money a night would cost in this hotel.
Back at my reasonably priced hostel with all necessities I avoided any further offers of socializing and went to bed. I had to get up early to get over to the Embassy to start my Visa ...