13 Coins Hotel Ngam Wong Wan
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... really delicious, it was a make your own type of thing, so it was hard to go wrong. The meal was very inexpensive and the guy was great, so we tipped extra. Then we got some orange slush I type things that were also very tasty. For dessert we ate baby pineapples and they we cute and fun. Finally we got back on the train rode it to Victory Monument and took a cab back to the hotel, we were tired but the night had hardly ...
... master craftsmen started working with impoverished
villagers to teach them Thai crafts. The farmers and villagers then returned home to
impart their knowledge to the community. It's heart-warming to see that the ancient
arts are being kept alive. It's hard to see though how this program can be self
sustaining without royal patronage.
Rat took us to a Thai restaurant that has been in business for 70 years. It was ...
... semi-famous hole-in-the-wall restaurant in Bangkok. Silom was a very different area than where my hotel was. As she described, it was like the Wall street area of Bangkok. It was still crowded, but it was more modern with a big shopping mall area. Afterwards we took the public transport to the ferry on the river. From there we went to a place called Asiatique. It was a massive outdoor shopping mall. It was very new and ...
... for a wander around ladyboy central.. Nana Plaza…. which was flippin hilarious. Jim was the only one of us who looked like he was in the right place! such a laugh.
The next morning we all got ready to catch our 3 separate flights to Chiang Mai, ours being the first to leave at 11:30am.
Goodbye Bangkok! (until the end of the month). Cant wait for Chiang Mai and Northern Thailand... been hearing about it for years from them, and now I'm finally here, with them! ...
... than usual. Boy oh boy I thought I sweated, David looked liked he had been dunked in the swimming pool, when he had finished. The thought of putting that shirt back on for our next game didn't fill me with delight!
Next to the pitches were shaded, cordoned off sections for each team. This was where we all congregated and bonded. They were a great bunch, everyone extremely friendly and welcoming. SCC was made up of many nationalities, a few Singaporeans, Dutch, ...