13 Coins Hotel Tiwanon (Impact Arena)
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... were the calls from the Thai men trying to encourage one of the many tourists into their car/tuk tuk/motorbike. We had already read that at night the taxi drivers turn their meters off and the traveller must insist on the meter being turned on. We did this on four occasions, "no meter" and an arm gesture being the response. We were tired, fed up and carrying our bags. We needed to be on top form for hockey tour tomorrow (we had to be up at 0730). A taxi driver offered us ...
... we waited until 3pm to get a taxi.
With ten months of my life spent in Asia, I can safely say that I'm not the same person I was when I left to come on our trip. I have become a lot more relaxed about the trival things that used to bother me so much at home. Yes I can go out without a full face of make up and perfectly coiffed hair and the world will not end. People will not mistake me for a leper. I learnt a lot of lessons I had forgotten about making friends with ...
... in Hong Kong around 7 am (on the 4th) and had a two hour layover. Then off to Bangkok. We arrived around 11am, grabbed our bags and a taxi and were off. Our Guest House hosts had emailed a beautifully written detailed account of what we were to do and addressed all issues with cab drivers. We found a driver, gave him the paper with the directions and not ...
... and statues.
We stopped off at the Queen Sirikit textile museum which was quite interesting and had the added bonus of being air-conditioned.
Following the Grand Palace, we took a tuk-tuk ride to Wat Pho to see the reclining Buddha.
After that, we went back to the hotel to cool off and jump in the pool.
Feeling cooler and refreshed, we reflected on the day and decided that our only regret was not going to see Patpong Road. ...
... see an Ely while in Thailand so I was more than happy to oblige and ride another! Ill be honest, it wasn't as good and they didn't look as well looked after, I was also very annoyed that they had chained up a monkey- unnecessarily cruel! But the chance to be that close to such an amazing animal really is special, we rode up into the forest and along the coast which had ...