Eastin Easy Siam Piman
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... people, so many goods being sold on endless aisles that wrapped around for what seems like miles. The FOOD! It was incredible - a feast for all senses. Each vendor displaying their goods with an artistic flare. The air was filled with the most enticing smells. Pictures nor words can adequately describe what an incredible place it is. We probably only covered a fifth of the Market, before the heat and our overwhelmed senses sent us back ...
... taxis and take them down to the temples and Buddha sanctuaries. The boat taxi was traveling on water that seemed to be straight sewage, but it was a very fast mode of transportation as long as you kept your mouth shut to avoid a mouthful of toilet water. Once off the boat we were approached by two separate men that said it was Thai government holiday and that a tuk tuk for the day would only be 10 baht each to take us to all the Buddhas, the temples, and the Thai travel agency ...
... have seen of the place on this trip yet.
Things we have learned
1. Bangkok hasn't changed
2. Bangkok is actually the hottest place on the planet
3. Thai food is better than Chinese food
Planes used - 2 (+1)
Buses used - 16
Trains used - 8
Metros/subways used - 17 (+1)
Cars used - 5
Russian Campervans used -1
Horses used - 1
Camels used - 1
Taxis used - 5 (+2)
Cable cars used 1
Bicycles used 1
Tuk tuks used 3 ...
... I were sharing a room now. We went for breakfast with Jo and Lily and just spent the day pottering around the town. Bangkok is a great place to potter around! That evening, the group went out for a farewell dinner. Ben gave a speech thanking our guide and Michael and Tor said a few words thanking everyone for their friendship and saying hoe they felt we'd all grown with the travelling experience. ...
... page of my passport. Handed it back to me and bid me farewell.
With a sigh of relief I said thank you and walked into the baggage carousel area.
Once we collected our bags we ducked and weaved through the hordes of people trying to find there way around the 16th busiest airport in the world and walked straight on down to the public taxi stand. It was like second nature to me. Turning the corners, catch the escalators, dodge to baggage trolleys, it ...