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On Saturday I finally arrived at Bangkok suvarnabhumi. Everything was so new but sametime normal for my. Strange feeling.
But why 201?
Because my first room I took at Koan San road had the number 201 and next day my host Woodie had the same number of room. Such a hazard :-) Unfortunately i deleted the picture of Woodies door.
... Thailand, and since everyone is flowing out of Bangkok, I figure may as well check out whats going on. I I envision tanks in the streets as protesters confront the government, but after a farewell ferry ride ,and a pretty cruisy bus trip, all is seeming relatively normal in Bangkok,
Hanging out in reggae bars and aimlessly wondering the streets, the odd massage and street food wears thin after awhile, as the hawkers combined with the intense Bangkok tropics ...
... to drive to my hotel but the streets around Sukhumvit were gridlocked so I got out of the car near a Skytrain station with all my luggage and with the help of other passengers who were heading to my stop, Asok , to demonstrate, I purchased a ticket and got through the barriers,up on to the platform and squashed into the right train. Demonstrators sport clothing,hats, wristbands and whistles in red, white and blue- the colours of the Thai flag.The ...
... English. With the aid of the taxi driver, his mobile phone and locals who were keen to help we eventually managed to buy a non refundable ticket but we later found out it was for the wrong day. Oh well I know what we will be doing tomorrow. Shopping amongst the protesters was interesting. They only protest some of the time and otherwise go into the shopping malls with their whistles and t-shirts ...
... talking. He was very
friendly and talked about the temple, the king, and him and his wife
being very happy having just bought four Kashmir suits at an
excellent price from a suit factory that only opens its doors to the
public once a year (normally only selling to companies in bulk). Wow,
that's freaky, he knows about this suit factory too, and it matches
with what the first guy and tuktuk driver said. He was super, super
happy, friendly and ...