At Ease Saladaeng By Aetas
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Following a surprisingly good night bus journey, the 3 of us arrived in Bangkok nice and early. With a few hours to kill before we could check into our hostel to nap we grabbed some breakfast, did some market shopping on Koh San road and got a relaxing massage (with the exception of a few expected Thai slaps and pinches!). After a power nap and some tasty street food fuel we began our New Year's Eve night, which included actually ...
... remote control and this little world resumed its controlled hysteria. I wish I had been recording that. Unless it's a crime punishable by death. I wanted something light and snacky for dinner. I had my heart set on pretzels, which evidently do not exist in Thailand. If I move here, that's what my contribution to the country will be. A much better import, if you ask me, than the KFC Double Down Maxx "sandwich", hashbrowns and cheese sandwiched between two slabs ...
... and the elephants really did warm to her and behaved around her like a dog or cat would its owner. It was really incredible to watch. Our final few days on this leg of the trip were spent in Pattaya, which is where Charlies uncle and cousins live. We took an early morning flight from Chiang Mai with Thai airways to Bangkok which took only 1 hour but we still had the delight of an early morning pea sandwich for breakfast on the plane. Then we took a bus to Pattaya which took 2 and a ...
... clams, crabs etc to go with the sharks fin that was on offer to name but a few! Not fancying that we went back to what we knew what was good and ate in the same place as the night before - the first time we've done that the whole trip! We opted for slightly different food which was again delicious (deep fried pork belly) before making our way to the train station. We were pretty early for our train which helped with our confusion upon arrival; knowing we had booked a sleeper train ...
... the Koh San Road and being bombarded with people trying to get us to eat scorpians and get tattoos. Later we went back to the Koh San Road and did the only thing it had to offer us… Drink! Id say be very careful drinking the spirits here, probably not really vodka, tasted abit strange and i eneded up sick all night well into the next day. Stick with beer, its safe cheap and taste good! So we were supposed to go to chaing mai but due to ...