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... and I were up early and waiting to be picked up to go to the cooking school in the city. It was tucked away in the tangle of leafy sois (lanes) in town. Our guide Mim took us to the market to point out the vegetables we'd be using. I love a vegetable and fruit market. And I learned a few new things..... I didn't know that glass noodles weren't made from rice but from a sort of bean for example. Our cooking teacher Meow was well organised and articulate. Our group consisted ...
We took subway to chatachek weekend market, which is enormous and has everything from food, pets, clothing to furniture. We had lunch at the Central Embassy mall food court called EatThai, which had an amazing selection of regional thai food with english descriptions made fresh. They give you a plastic barcode and bring it around to vendors getting a variety of dishes and pay when you leave. A great way to see and try a lot of different things. On the way back we took ...
... more depending on how much I get into it) and likely another week to be tourist, so will update sometime in the next few weeks to let you know how it was. :)
I wanted to say a big thank you to Joe for recommending the hostel to me and giving me a list of things to see and do whilst in the city, traveling alone can be quite daunting and it made me feel less lost. Also a massive thank you to Ellen who had been there a couple of days already and took me under ...
... on a walk through China town to the river and got a boat to Wat Arun (Temple of The Dawn). We then had to get another shuttle boat across the river as we were on the wrong side. Here I had to rent another shawl as my shoulders were uncovered, I decided after this that I would buy one later on or buy more t-shirts with sleeves. Wat Arun is one of Bangkok's most famous landmarks. We climbed the central prang which was very steep but you get a nice ...
... A little bit late to our wishes but it was 40€ per person cheaper and the budget is not really on schedule so every euro counts. Aangezien we geen kamer meer hebben vanaf 12h blijven we de ganse dag op het strand aan het hotel dus weer een luie dag! En alsof Murphy hier op pensioen is... deze namiddag stak er plots wind op en kwam er een kitesurfer een paar keer testen of de wind goed was... Grrrr... Because we don't have a room anymore from 12h we stay on the ...