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Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... many of us are finding. It's a very busy, loud, hot and dirty city, but it is quite fun still. Instead of being a tourist I stayed in the hotel and spoke to friends and did very little most of the day. When Darius got back I took him to my old hostel just down the road as its the best place for wifi. At 6 that evening we had a meeting with all of our new travel companions, another 7 people were joining us. After the meeting we all went to have a meal, the same place we went ...
... incomparable and the shops were
beautiful and very upscale and there were restaurants aplenty scattered
throughout the shops, most of them just open spaces without walls. And, to top
it all off, there was a giant Ferris Wheel at one end of the mall that, when lit up at
night, was fantastic.
Then, there was the Lady Boy show. What a trip.
What the troupe lacked in acting and dancing ability, they made up for
in the costumes. ...
... drifted away on this fantastic piece of coast line. Sun, sea, the beach and the Hungry Horse, What more could you want?
10. Whitsunday Beach –
Pure white sand and a funny Aboriginal man called Will along with a speed boat makes for a good day.
9. Elephant trek. Adventure in Chiang Mai –
One of the best Elephant treks going, Lloyd even got to sit on the elephants head. Zip wire through the jungle and a ...
Thai food is my favourite cuisine, so the first thing I had to do in Bangkok was to try the food. Soon after arriving, and against all the advice contained in my Lonely Planet guide, I climbed into a tuk-tuk (three wheeled motorbike with passenger carrier) and asked the driver to take me somewhere for lunch.
Food is everywhere in Bangkok. In markets, on the streets, push-cart vendors, make shift stalls and open air restaurants. And ...
... wall where we could of had some fvied rice with shimp! (Still laughing now about it!) We got to the bus and we were the only tourist on it. It was the bumpiest ride ever to Bangkok! We had to stop half way where we could use the toilet and the bus driver cleaned his teeth. In front was an old lady who couldn't answer her phone and threw it at Nathan to get him to slide the answer button for her! We got to Bangkok at six in the morning and got a taxi to ...