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... a little, than went into town to do some shopping. Andrea went to Carole who is here as well now. In the evening we went for dinner in 3 at the market where we had a big BBQ fish which was excellent. 22nd After breakfast I hang up the paintings that we bough in Bali and they look really good, than went down, went to get Carole at her building as it is quite far to walk. She stayed with us at the pool ...
... visa violations – overstay’s, back to back tourist visa’s etc. However at 6pm on a Saturday night (even worse on a Songkran long weekend) there are no immigration officials available to check your passports. So it’s back to the Soi 9 lockup. The trip back to the lockup is sitting packed into the back of a police utility truck, all sitting around the edge packed into the open tray (interesting lack of safety concern given you have just been booked for an ...
... guys. We jumped in the shower and they said they knew a good restaurant
called Cabbages & Condoms which i had heard about so we headed there.
Santa’s made out of condoms and the things where everywhere it was a really nice
place though, although the food took ages to arrive. 10 mins after eating i
started to feel ill so Kem dropped ...
... that is Walking Street once the sun has gone down. It is a wonderful place for a narcissistic egoist to wander, as insincere praise is shouted at every man walking down the street by girls (some who look frighteningly young) paid commission to persuade gentlemen into their bars. It is not the real world but I shall miss it on some levels!
Our final destination was a bar a short distance from Walking Street. We all had the unsatisfied itch of not ...
... First we figured out how to pronounce it so that we could get directions. You say the word slowly and drawn out: "Seee-Laah-Chaa".
We ended up taking two local buses to the Bangkok bus station. Each time we get on a bus we would usually point to where we wanted to go on our map and ask the ticket taker if this was the right bus. She (It was always a woman) would either say yes or tell us with broken English and hand gestures what number to get on ...