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... follow the same methods of construction as the original build.The new buildings from the 90's were torn down and the entire area was rebuilt dating back 250 years. This Souq has boutique hotels, restaurants, an art center, merchandise stalls, Kut Castle, a pigeon market, a falcon market, a camel market, a falcon hospital (yes that's right), a police station, a gold market, a handicraft market a theatre and a tourist center.
... the Pilot decided it wasn’t a great idea to land while there was another plane already on the Runway. Now the Thai lady to my left became very nervous. Clearly it is not a good idea to sit next to me when flying!
Bangkok Airport is huge but everything went quite smoothly and I was focused on avoiding the Taxi Scam that Lonely Planet had prepared me for. The Exchange Rate for the Thai Baht is 0.022 per Pound so my mind was also occupied trying ...
Morning spent by the pool in the uninterrupted sunshine with a few airforce jets to disturb the peace. On the balance of probabilities they were practicing for next week's national day celebrations but could quite easily have been on a mission to Syria/Iraq. Went for lunch across the road ...
This time as our bags were loaded into the taxi and we headed for the airport we knew our holiday was drawing to a close.
Highlights of Doha:
- Our hotel, room, executive lounge, pool
- The gold souk!
... but I couldn't. I was heading home, though, and was excited to get back to the States again.
This post went a lot longer than I expected it to, but I wanted to make sure I conveyed the lunacy of how I got out of Kathmandu. I do have some concluding thoughts of things I learned on this trip, but I will save those for a later post. For now, though, I am heading home...