Udee Bangkok Hostel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Really nice and clean. Good breakfast and helpful staff! Next time Bangkok, I will stay there again!
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... 20 minutes we were outside again.
The lady pointed us on our flight date, the visa will take about 6 working days so we have to change our flights. No problem miss, thank you. One big theater but we gave them what they asked for.
now waiting and some days to spend in Bangkok and North of Thailand.
We went out for a day to visit the Meklong train market and Amphawa floating market. You can book a tour in Bangkok but on ourselfes we hoped ...
After wandering round Khao San Road, lugging our backpacks, for what seemed like an eternity a "ping-pong man" kindly directed us to our hostel! We all (Aaron, Alex & Rob as James hasn't met us yet) quickly had a shower, which was much needed after an estimated journey time of 23 hours, and then went to grab some dinner. We just picked the first place we could find. Yesterday was a late start probably due to the jet lag, so we quickly got ready and within 2 minutes ...
Hello again, So the final day of my trip has arrived and we are flying home overnight tonight. It has be a wonderful 6 months of adventure and experience that I won't be forgetting in a hurry. I'll fill you in on my final week first. We spent most of our final week on Ko Chang, an island just off the coast in the Gulf of Thailand. It was a lovely place. We initially stayed in a small backpacker place which was by a bay. This was ok but the room was very basic (a bit like a prison ...
A nice relaxing day today - after breakfast at Steve and Alex's, we spent the morning catching up on correspondence and planning for our journey to Siem Reap, Cambodia. As this seemed like a mamouth task, we had a break and went for a street noodle lunch.
We had a lovely evening with Steve and Alex, who treated us to a traditional Thai curry ...
... to road blockages. The taxi driver explained that there are 20 road blocks surrounding the city, making comings and goings tricky to say the least. He tried to articulate his feelings about tomorrow, the election, but ended up using his arms to make a bad cross sign. Hmmmm, worrying! Also, you can buy alcohol but it's served in a milkshake glass with a straw as they aren't meant to be selling it. I can only assume this is due to trying to prevent ...