Airport Suite Bangkok
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Arrived late on Tuesday evening but was upgraded to first class for free for the flight from Abu Dhabi. Never going economy again ha ha ha. Bangkok airport = nightmare and waiting for for the bus when tired is not great. Must not complain just got a fare for £2.31. We dropped into Khaosan park hotel and headed for a wander through the hustle …
... monks. Adul bought us some water as it is like a sauna in the heat! Our last visit was to be the Marble Buddha, and we drove passed The City Hall where a large picture of the Queen of Thailand hangs. She is 83 and not in good health, so Adul said she doesn't look like the picture!! The King is 88 and spends most of his time laying in bed! We also saw Government House, the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Tourism & Sports, and the United Nations. Our last stop was to ...
... given its demographics, the social extremes in Thailand are more extreme than those in the West. Such is the way of the developing world, especially those parts of it subject to endemic corruption. And Thailand is listed by Transparency International (TI) as the 85th most corrupt of 175 nations. "All levels of Thai society continue to suffer from endemic corruption", states TI, but the greater and easily perceived truth is that the wealthy suffer least, if ...
... you think, "yeah, sure, I can do that," and then you realise that you either don't know what you're doing or you simply don't want to do it. I sort of had both those feelings because I really didn't know what I was doing. Fortunately the That teacher with me was experienced and carried a lot of the lesson. It seemed to go completely differently from any of my school lessons, and that was largely due to the fact that ...
So I'm off on my travels again and thought I might as well bore everyone with an account of my shena****ns, defying all laws of syntax by flicking around between first and third person, and invariably ranting about some insignificance.
True to form, to begin with Harry found himself in a bit of a predicament with his wallet. He'd bought a new wallet, a cheap one, rather than take his fancier, albeit old and decrepit leather one. However, upon buying large amounts of Thai Baht ...