13 Coins Hotel Ngam Wong Wan
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... soon resting on our bags. I was woken by something at my bag that startled me, I sat up to find two rats on my bag, I must have done a massive, weird yelp. I felt sick I hit my bag and two more came out of the top flap. It really was the worst moment if our trip. I quickly woke David as he saw them scarper. I'm not keen on animals, especially wild ones so that means I hate rats! I had a massive grump on and couldn't stay there. David checked that they had all ...
... for the train ride, my favourite snack). From the BTS, the JJ market didn't look all that inviting. It was to sea of rooftop that went on forever. This market is made up of thousands and thousands of stalls with everything and anything you could want to buy. Books, scarves, clothes, food, antiques, handmade crafts, more clothes, and more food. There are thousands and thousands of people walking in very narrow alleyways that line the market. Just ...
... what it is - but right now I just want to leave.
Unfortunately today's post isn't probably gonna be what everyone expected following my previous post. I didn't go and meet up with Dhang. (Dhang if you ever happen to come across this I am very sorry but continue reading and I'm sure you will forgive me!). I woke up after a very bad nights sleep completely covered in bites... literally all over my arms and back. Yes, apparently my bed had bed bugs. ...
... like it did four years ago). He was pretty cool nonetheless. After a morning of getting templed out we headed back to the hotel for some lunch and rest before heading the chatuchak market which is both the biggest market in Thailand and the biggest weekend market in the world. And big it was, 27 acres to be exact, we arrived in different vehicles which meant we roamed about in two separate groups before meeting up at a certain pub. It was a maze of stools ...
The plane took off at 01.05h am, a 10.30 hour flight to Singapore, uneventful.
In Singapore we transferred, left at 8.15 local time, again an easy flight. Fortunately a day-flight; those lucky enough to have a window-seat can see something. The large-scale deforestation on mainland Malaysia is clearly visible. Vast tracts of perfectly aligned oil-palm and hevea-groves now cover what was once virgin forest.
Things on the Bangkok airport run smoothly ...