13 Coins Airport Hotel Minburi
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... it was as you imagined from TV- loads of stalls selling everything a traveller could want. We grabbed some breakfast, cornflakes and musli, and carried on with our day- getting Aladin pants and hair braids.
we then visited the Grand Palace which was BEAUTIFUL and mesmerising. Luckily we had already bought Aladin pants to cover our legs, as they have strict rules on attire.
Charlotte attempted to navigate us to ...
Arriving in Chaing Mai on the 18th we had a lot to fit into a short amount of time. As soon as we arrived we went off to Tiger Kingdom. Here we were allowed to spend 15 minutes with tiny tigers, medium tigers and then the massive ones. Although a bit scary it was a fantastic experience, cannot believe how big they get, definitely wouldn't want to be approached by one in the wild!! In the evening, our CEO took us to a lady boy show which was ...
... corner from where we were dropped off as we were shattered which made our bags feel so much heavier! Quickly checked in, dumped the bags and headed down the road for dinner.
Then we got our grandma on, judging people's clothing choices and drinking habits. Four eighteen year old girls on the table next to us had slightly too much, laughing, tears and arguments followed in the next hour...much to our amusement!
Got back to ...
... the man with a huge growth protruding from his cheek is also still here and has been for as many years-never spending the 20,000 baht some kind soul gave him to remove it.-He always looks fresh and alert and his palm is always outstretched looking for a donation. Lastly there is the venerable We 4 U bar-a magnet for all the expats of this area.I am sitting the other day eavesdopping on a conversation between two octogenarians.They are ...
... with silver roofs that we realised were thousands of little shiny metal hearts, which you could buy and put your name on. By this time the novelty had started to wear off and we remembered how rotten we felt, so we sat on a picnic seat near the little lake and watched the French and Chinese tourists go by. As we were leaving, we noticed a Predator sculpture made of metal half buried in the ground, which was funny and random.
Back in the taxi, we rested as Poppy drove north ...
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