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... exhausted after our travelling day, so called it a night. 28/3 up early and went to go suss out Bens house. We managed to get a room with aircon, fridge and hot water for 600 Baht. The owners are so happy and helpful to. Checked in and then went to get breakfast and a massage at Charlie's in koh San road..b got a two hour massage and I got a back, neck and shoulder massage and then a manicure and pedicure, by this stage it was 2:30..ashamed to say we had Burger King ...
So today was a very early start, we had to leave the hotel at 7am! Peter was sooo pleased being the morning person that he is! We jumped in a cab at 7am to the ABC cycling tour. Marcel was our guide, he is actually Dutch but has lived in Bangkok for 3 and a half years now. We were all somewhat nervous about cycling around Bangkok but Marcel assured us we would be fine... It turns out we were the only ones who had booked so was a private tour for four which ...
... westerner as we are so genuinely known as) in my minivan group. The rest where all from Korea and Japan. The cute Korean student that was sitting next to me was so excited to practice her English, she chatted the whole way passing the time quickly until she passed out on my shoulder , apologizing and bowing profusely realizing she was sleeping on me. So cute.Upon arrival, we were shuffled on to the boat dock and instructed to meet back here in ...
... to Bangkok. Siem Reap is a small city, almost a rural town, of only 170,000. Bangkok is the capital and most populous city in Thailand, with over 8-14 million inhabitants, depending on the area you include. This is like a large city in the US, and it feels like it, but there are tiny side streets everywhere, and the traffic has a lot of mopeds, tuk-tuks (motorcycle-pulled taxis) and a much looser sense of rules of the ...
These are snippets taken from texts so it is a bit jumbled up. I just got back from a trip from the east side of Bangkok to the west side. Crazy far. Subway…tuk tuk…rickety wooden floor bus and repeat for trip home. I now have return tickets to Koh Samui though. What a victory. I was actually concerned I might not get home at some points in the trip. I had to totally rely on people to help me with pretty ...