Evergreen Laurel Hotel
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We had our family reunion at the airport in Bangkok when after a long wait Robert, Sander and Jasper appeared from the long immigration proces, it's high season in Thailand so they were not the only travellers. We took a taxi to the hotel (Evergreen Laurel) and were greeted by Christmas songs everywhere. Very strange when it is around 30 degrees. …
... lane highway, fairly well laid with Black Tarmac, and it's empty! Since opening up, they are building roads, markets and houses, but people can't necessarily afford cars or motorcycles. Golden explained that before it opened up, Generals really liked to drive black Land Cruises and were practically the only ones with access to outside goods. These cherished vehicles would go for as much as $500,000 US! Now they are more affordable with used ones going for $60,000. As few ...
... we needed to cross the Chao Phraya river that cuts through Bangkok. There is ferry that costs 3 Baht (9 cents) so we headed for the ferry. Before that we of courses stopped for some pad thai from local street vendors for 60 Baht ($1.83). This was my first real local dish experience not from an airport, I was not disappointed :-) Among many things Asians take pride in that I see is lacking in cultures I am familiar with is their work. Even the gardner who is sweating ...
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... very wobbly long boat which was a bit scary but good fun. We also met a chubby Australian on the tour who was an Ozzie version of the Alan of the hangover who helped the boat to almost tip over. This actually made the boat more exciting as the fear of contracting disease from the river got the adrenaline going! We then jumped on a paddle boat along the floating market where a kind lady gave us a free mini banana. There were lots of ...