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... with the grumpiest faces you could ever imagine. They're probably bored of people coming in and pestering them by dangling things in their faces - cats aren't typically a fun-loving breed. So, inside this cafe there are rather a lot of cats, given freedom to roam around this fairly sized room complete with walkways and platforms for them to climb upon. As you enter you're asked to take off your shoes and sit on the floor - it's quite Japanese-y. ...
... except for the taxi driver who didn't realise forth and fifth gear existed. We boarded our flight at 10am and will be back in England in about 16 hours after a few hours stop over in Dubai. Many people dislike Bangkok but we really enjoyed our time here. The only downside was that we couldn't afford to stay in the city centre so the taxi journeys sat in traffic got tiresome. Apart from that there are plenty to do besides the shopping ...
... the water, and these guys started jumping off the cliff into the water. It was really high, about 10 meters, at least. Soon, there was just me left. I don't know what was in my head, but I said I was going to jump into the water too. Since I was not very confident, they said that they would stay in the water to help me if I need it. The next ten minutes that followed were, at the same time, great and terrible. I just couldn't get myself to jump. I was scared. The cliff ...
... buddha. After a few wrong turns we finally found it, donned our cover ups and went in. It really was amazing but not good for the feet! Its compulsory to take off your shoes before entering a temple but then putting your bare feet onto the cement in 34 degree heat is like being on hot coals ouch! After our little temple trip we jumped back into a tuk tuk for the journey home. And out came the songkran wellwishers ...
... stacked with what looked like everyone's bags. Considering the London underground, the fact that we were talking to people was quite refreshing.
Getting off the train we were slapped in the face by the humid air. My face said what my mouth was failing to express – oh my sainted aunt it's hot! We asked for directions at the tourist information desk and were advised to take a bus to Democracy Monument and then walk to Khoasan Road; she continued to ask us ...