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... found ourselves in the back of a taxi he called over.
The taxi driver once again pulled the "no meter" routine but when Chris threatened to remove his license, the driver called the police. Shortly after he looked rather annoyed and we got a free taxi ride.
(Bangkok corruption 2 - Andrew 2)
We arrived at the jetty and were greeted by a group of rather officious Thai men, forcefully trying to sell us the tour for 1,000 baht. ...
... near the iron bridge to get some visa photos and photocopies of my passport for the planned trip to Siem Reap and Angkok Wat with Kath, Bob and Kathy from Singapore. I called into the supermarket ( it's got just about everything you would want) and bought a bottle of red wine so we can have a welcome drink with Kath and Bob when they arrive later today. I walked home and stopped off at The Meeting Room for an iced coffee and some cappuccino cheesecake ( my lunch!) I really ...
... small tip afterward you can get your picture with them.
The show was about an hour, and about all I needed of the ladies. Gam helped direct my cab driver and I made my way back to the hotel. Gam had also helped me bargain a bit with some of the hops in the mall. She also answered some of my burning Thailand questions. She especially assured me that I had tipped very well on my spa day. The minimum wage in Thailand ...
... time (complete with bowing) and sent us on our way. Peter was excited to get sushi at the #1 airport restaurant in the world.
The flight from Narita to Bankok was longer than we would have liked. It was equally uneventful and the food was even worse and the booze even better. BKK is a great airport. Maybe the best I've ever been in! It was clean, well organized, and efficient. It even has a ...
... the mall, in the street food & beverage shops (which are scattered all city streets). Mandatory also is stop in the famous and tourist Khao San Road. Even if you are not a fan of endless night life, as me, it's worth the visit. A crowded street popular and street open shops, with traditional finger food and drinks, many, many bars and clubs, mixed with massage shops that put the chairs in the streets and while some are massaged listening to an ...