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The second day of orientation: We had our second Thai language class! Then teacher training and a panel discussion- lots to cover!
The third day of orientation: We visited the Grand Palace and after this OEG prepared a welcome dinner for all 200 of the English teachers. The dinner was accompanied by traditional Thai dancers. They were …
... but it was funny and they love to say 'cheers' which we said a lot! The next day we trekked back on the road where it was absolutely tipping it down with rain and looked forward to a hot shower and coffee. Arriving back exhausted we treated ourselves to a 4 course meal that was less than $5. I'm so glad we did as we were about to cross the border into Laos and didn't eat for 31 hours. I'll save that story for another time though! Right now I'm off to enjoy my last day in ...
... Bangkok. The houses we saw upon touring the canal were so withered that it looked like it could collapse at any minute. The water was just straight filthy as heaps of trash found its way into the river after every few feet traveled. Not a lot of people can say that they've been to a third world country and the fact that most people haven't even stepped foot outside of this bubble we call Utah is rather disappointing. Going from a prosperous and well-developed country ...
... station and walked to our hotel in Sukhumvit, about 2 km away with our packs on. Didn't even get lost! We just tried checking in to the incorrect hotel at first! Confused us as both these hotels have two wings and we walked into the wrong one due to bad sign posting! Couldn't find our booking naturally! haha.
... finally gave up and walked to our dinner date with Kheng, Kuba and Khengs mother Dolly.
Kheng is my cousin Jodi's ex boyfriend and current business partner in Thailand. Moe and I met Kuba throw him as he is also a farang living and working in Thailand.
over dinner we discussed the coup and what it meant for us farang.
Having lived through a coup already themselves Kheng and Kuba did not seem to phased by the situation reminding us that ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEbina House Bangkok
It was a great first hotel stay in Thailand. Perfect for such a large group like OEG. I loved my room on the 9th floor because we got good access to internet.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.