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... of coke. Very good for train prices. This is the end of my first location and was a complete success - got to experience both sides of the coin and well it was interesting. I started off hating the way people worked and survived out here, but there is so many other choices and im leaving thinking it probably isn't that bad. Would I return to Bangkok? no. You can't visit a city for one very small road. Money could seriously be a problem if the journey continues like ...
... iść, nawet kiedy sami nie mieli zielonego pojęcia. Bardzo pomocni.
2. Tajlandczycy nigdy nie zatrzymują się przed przejściem dla pieszych. Przechodząc przez drogę należy zamknąć oczy, wstrzymać oddech i modlić się.
3. Uliczne jedzenie jest przepyszne! Najwięcej frajdy mamy zamawiając jedzenie, nie mając pojęcia co właściwie zamawiamy, a ...
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It's easy to travel some of these places and say to ourselves that we will definitely come back here and see more. But realistically there's few places well be able to actually do that. We doubt we will ever get chance go to places like Mongolia again. ...
Up early to get cultured-up, we went for the hotel breakfast.
Hotels generally (and I'm certainly not pointing out the Berkeley here) have the same issues. Sausages are generally short and tasteless, there is never any brown sauce, and coffee is filtered and watery.
The Berkeley, however, had awesome pastries, especially Berliners (custard centred donuts - yeah I didn't know either) and little individual bread and butter puddings. .
... We jumped in a tuk tuk, destination Chinatown...via a suit tailor after some serious selling from our driver. We declined the shops' offer to kit us out with some threads and hopped back into the tuk tuk. The experience of riding in a tuk tuk was fascinating, getting up close and personal with all sorts of cars, busses, tuk tuks, mopeds and whatever else was jostling for a piece of the road and inhaling the various smells of Bangkok; some bad, some good. ...