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Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... than you are during the regular hours of the day ? Its really odd.
I have to say that I have enjoyed writing this blog far more than I expected to. I'm really pleased that you guys seem to be reading this with some enjoyment, keep the feedback coming in. Please forgive the poor spelling and punctuation. The Kindle keyboard attachment is somewhat limited in functionality and there is no spell checker on this ...
... overly complex procedures to get boarding passes, and a security procedure that was overly regimented but had thoroughly inattentive staff, for example. We also were able to enjoy a few minutes of fragrant Mumbai air as we were bussed from the terminal to our plane. No flights appeared to leave on time from Mumbai, and in fact it seems that the airlines build that into their timetables. Our three-and-a-half-hour flight from Mumbai to Bangkok was scheduled to take nearly ...
... for our first day in Bangkok after asking the reception what was best to see we were told to go to the pier and then everything was within walking distance from there. So we set off and within five minute we were harassed by a Thai man showing is what was best to see. Having entertained him for five minutes, surprise surprise a tuk tuk pulls up and offers to take us to all these temples and to see the 45ft Buddha for 10 baht each. An offer too good to refuse. So we hopped in ...
... were here two years ago, I have listed what we have done - I love a good list!!
- Grand Palace
- Vinmanmek Palace
- Tour around the canals on a long tail boat
- Wat Arun
- Wat Pho
- Sky bar
- Chatachuck market
- China town
- Terminal 21, Central World & MBK
- Jim Thompson House
- Lumphin i park
- Floating market at Damnoen Saduak ...
... a guy from Australia, who had also received the same welcome and waited for four others from the UK. It turned out they were from Braunstone in Leicester, so I enjoyed my first proper football conversation in 3 months. We were introduced to Oat, our chef for the day. He took us to the market and explained about the different herbs, vegetables and meat, which we carried back to the cooking school in wooden baskets. Once ...