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This morning we were joined by another friend who was in Chiangmai and decided to make a detour and join us in Bangkok for the day before flying back to Singapore. As he is a hardcore foodie, we got down to the business of eating straightaway! We drove out of town to another floating market called 'Klong Lat Mayom'. The seafood was fabulous - fresh …
Bangkok is a cultural and culinary paradise. So why wouldn't I be back again? This time it was a true holiday not a couple of days tacked onto a work trip.
My sister KC had only seen Bangkok fleetingly while on transit here many years ago. It was time she experienced this vibrant place, so we made our plans, packed our bags and here we …
... Oz and NZ until USA. Tonight I am going for a cheeky massage as my shoulders are killing from my backpack then sorting out accommodation for next two nights before flight Tues. I have also booked my room in Sydney.For a 6 girl dorm room it is around £20 a night...bit different to the private rooms we have become accustomed to throughout Asia! The real backpacking starts when I touch down at Sydney airport :)
... blocks on end, sold the usual wares. I was looking for Pai Tai from a street vendor but Waynette's batteries were running low and wanted a sit-down place for dinner. We found a nice "hole-in-the-wall" and two entrees, one dim sum and a Coca Cola was $10.80. The kitchen was on the sidewalk at the entrance. That location was a "first" for us. You can't say Bangkok is expensive.
Made it back by 10 p.m. and plan to start Friday at The Grand Palace.
... We jumped into a river taxi and headed upstream. I love to be on the water and find it a wonderful way to see a place from an inside perspective. As polluted as the river looked, it was teeming with fish which jumped incessantly around us. Shacks were set cheek to jowl with shiny large shopping centres, newly constructed condos, and luxury hotels. Long tail boats cruised tourists up and down, while the more utilitarian public ferries (such as the one we were on) commuted locals to and ...