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... to get lost! I also have a very small backpack I have been traveling with that was already close to overflowing. I had to be very selective and stingy with shopping. I had already spent too much spending one box home from Australia – I was not planning to do that again. It’s not fun to shop when you can’t buy anything! Then you just end up buying food. Like a coconut, and spring rolls.
I wandered past so many ...
... rest. Or course, no visit to Bangkok would be complete without a trip to Khao San Road. I told my parents we had to go, though I was convinced they would hate it. However, they surprised me and actually enjoyed our walk around the area. When our feet couldn't take anymore we decided to head back to our hotel by tuk tuk. We played the usual game with the driver of throwing prices back and forth, not wanting to be ripped ...
... in, we were given a welcoming chilled test tube mocktail of pineapple and ginger juice, really delicious and refreshing and a fantastic start to the last 2 days of our trip. The hotel is the best we've had since the start of this trip and has a connecting door to the MBK shopping centre and only steps away from Tokyu and the Siam centres where the brands are. The hotel has a massive gym, huge pool, numerous restaurants to choose from, a day spa ...
... 30 which was very much needed! We planned to visit some of the temples today and experienced our first Tuk Tuk ride to a boat station which did river tours. After deciding the price was slightly too much we planned to walk. Bangkok is quite a hard city to navigate we have found but we've got our bearings of our area now. The people seem to be very nice and want to help but we have had a few offers of discounted suits and jewellery! We negotiated with one driver to take us ...
... wife on the back, and she's holding a tiny baby or toddler. Or, just one of them is on the bike, driving and holding the baby at the same time. And nobody's wearing a helmet, or very rarely is. My heart was in my throat more times than not. We actually did see a tragic accident right outside of Angkor Wat involving an older lady, not wearing a helmet, being bounced off the back of a scooter. I'll spare the awful details because it took me awhile to stop thinking about it. ...