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... our afternoon riding around Bangkok not going home) so he had a strop, drove back to the palace where we got out and walked home! On the plus side the walk home was much shorter (no getting lost) and we got a free tuktuk ride! How many people can say that?!
After all this excitement we decided that we had earnt a nice sit by the pool and the biggest portions of pad Thai I have ever seen!! Obviously washed down by cold beer!
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... and mango ice cream. A refreshing glass of beer rounded off the perfect, if somewhat large meal. Anya, again, rounded us all up and led us back to the Peninsula's Pier, where we climbed aboard yet another longboat for a fifteen minute journey back up the Choa Phraya to the Wat Pho. This destination, also known as the Temple of The Reclining Buddha, is situated a short walking distance from the riverside. Known as the birthplace for Thai Massage, they still have ...
... neatly painted white and green units waiting for opening. They look polished and professional - not at all Khao San Road. We stared together at the building, dumbstruck and concluded that it stuck out like a sore thumb and not in a good way.
The little clothes stalls selling Chang and Tiger tshirts, the countless food stalls, the endless calls for a massage, a manicure, a ping pong show, a taxi. When we first arrived in Asia, Bangkok had overwhelmed me. It's noise and ...
... holding moments, it was amazing fun and we both really enjoyed the trip. The only downside about the tuk-tuk is it can't filter between the traffic like a motor cycle so it has to sit and wait when things come to a standstill. Things come to a standstill a LOT in Bangkok!
We arrived at the market and Michael posed for a photograph for us. He was a nice chap and I am sure he has never caused anyone to be seriously hurt ...
... re often based on a poor foundation of incomparable experiences.
14. The surreal can be normal. Whilst walking around Chinatown in the pouring rain, we elected to find a suitable shelter and source of drinks. We came across the Yesterday Tea Room. Stepping into here was like stepping back in time: traditional British popular music from the 50s, 60s and 70s; the walls were adorned in framed posters advertising recruitment for the US Army ...