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... handwriting'. I went to the bank to get some money to pay my rent until 7th February. Not sure what will happen then ! Play it by ear! Dorothy picked me up from the guesthouse and we met an English friend of hers, Deb, who hails from Exeter but spends most of the winter in Asia. She teaches some English classes by Skype. We had delicious curries at Kanjana , a little restaurant in the old city run by a mother and daughter. Deb really wanted to seek out a second hand clothing ...
... friendly. It had hundreds of small shopping stalls with all sorts of things tempting me to buy them. We had a beer and walked around. Open container laws – or rather lack of container laws – point one Thailand. I always like a place where drunk shopping is an option. We did not get drunk, but we did have fun walking around and getting gelato. And at my request, she came with me to the Lady boy show.
That evening we took a prettily decorated little shuttle boat from our pier to Mandarin Oriental's restaurant - Terrace Rim Naam - for dinner...I am a fan of John Rain series by Barry Eisler, and I remember in one of the novels the main characters were in Bangkok dining at Terrace Rim Naam...call it silly, but I wanted to have dinner there, too...and ...
... a shower after traveling for more than 20 hours, I was extremely thankful when they let me check in early which allowed me to go straight to the shower before heading out to hunt for food. I spent the first day wandering around and exploring a little bit: I found the street with all the good food stands and I went to the biggest shopping centre I’ve ever seen in my life, I also wandered down to the river, but mostly that first day, I slept.
Yesterday on ...
... Khao San road after some cheap pad Thai dinner's (only 90 baht in most places which is like £1.70!). The wine here is not that great as its all imported and not much choice, so as a convert to drinking beer I think I'll stick to the Chang. We went shopping down Khao San and haggled for some matching trousers, we've seen lots of couples with matching clothes so we thought we'd join them. They are so comfy! We saw so many people selling street ...