Eastin Easy Siam Piman
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... EHHHH???? But I went with what she said and now they are ruined, GOOOD EEEEEN!!!! Anyway we finally reached the top and it was the best thing I've ever seen (even if half the folk including the monks had flip flops on)h, not only was I at the top of Bangkok but there were like 50 Monks running around with massive full face smiles, also there were people praying to golden Buddhas, the room was filled with incense sticks and I've ...
... a few lengths I got out and we went up to get changed and then headed out to go over the river for food and to get some Tiger Balm, which we really needed due to the fact that Nicky has been bitten to pieces by the annoying bugs out here! We made quick work of finding some food (chicken kebabs because we were sick of rice, haha!) and found the required balm and got straight back on the boat over to the hotel. On the way back Nic was in such a rush to cure the itch of ...
... mango and sticky rice and other local delicacies. We saw plenty of people selling the lanterns ready to be placed on the river but a disappointing number of them actually on the river itself. When we decided to leave we had to join an extremely long queue, if it can be called that, it was more just a crowd of people pushing to get onto the boat. It was crazy, I've been in crowds before, but this was something else. ...
... hunger games so the bus trip went pretty quickly. It was about 7 hours long but we arrived and got the same hotel we'd stayed in Bangkok previously. We had a cheeky McDonald's for dinner before jumping into the most comfortable bed I'd had in a while. The next day was a long day of shopping. I spent quite a bit, but after all this was our last day. In the evening we met the guys from Koh Tao and had some dinner before having to say goodbye! :(
And I guess here we are. ...
... the massive temple ruins and imagining what it must of been like here at the peak of its greatness. The worst: 1) Taxi drivers - always ask for a meter otherwise you're getting overcharged. 2) Full Moon - ok once, but never again. It is mental! 3) Yellow Curry - as Graeme will tell you, the curries aren't so good for the tummy (and we have others to vouch that this was not just a one time bit of bad luck). Now for a fun few hours trying to cross the border, see you on the other side in ...