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Had a great weekend in Bangkok with the girls. Myself, Sarah, Laura and Alyssa caught the 2hour van journey for 120baht to Victory Monument in Bangkok on Friday evening. Pretty handy journey-air conditioning really helps.
Once we arrived, we got a taxi to our hotel on Silom Road..90baht between the four of us- …
... doesn't seem to like me, but then none of them seem to. I'm beginning to wonder if it would be easier without them. I had a private tutoring lesson after school and that seemed to go pretty well for the most part. One of the children didn't want to behave or even come near me, but it seemed to go well mostly. It was nice not having to work to someone else's expectations. It also gives me an opportunity to experiment. Unfortunately ...
... off with Banana Cake with Salted Ice Cream and Caramelized Milk and a Passionfruit Souffle with Vanilla and Kumquat Ice Cream. I've never bit into a souffle so perfectly risen. The banana cake was served on an epic wooden platter, and was of course delicious. It even had coconut snow! We enjoyed this all with an old fashioned and a lychee martini, and washed everything down with more lemongrass tea. We were presented with a complementary photo ...
... normal as a number of roads were completely flooded. B75 for a toll as roads under water plus B400 fare.
Arrived in plenty of time. Already checked in on line so just needed to drop off baggage then sat in the very noisy bangkok airways lounge. Lots of ignorant people !
Mini sausages with rice for meal on the plane. Not good. Flight quite bumpy and tea service cancelled. Apparently was also lightening but didn't see it as had eyes closed,concentrating on ...
... was if things went sour here, who would even know that I'd been taken away? No one even knew exactly where I was in Bangkok. My phone would die soon and then how would I contact anyone?
Eventually my dear, lovely, reliable, always there for me awesome friend Sarah (THANK YOU AGAIN) called me back and spent a good 20 minutes finding the landlady to our apartment, having her break into my room, find my passport, realize the internet was down, hop on a mototaxi ...