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... those not in the know Khao Sanh Rd is a sort of Mecca for backpackers. Not many trips to Asia don't find their way here at some point. It's a relatively short street full of bars, shops and travel agency's. Some people hate it and some people love it. It's all about how you look at it. On the surface it can easily look like a tacky strip in a busy Spanish tourist resort. People getting wrecked, every man and his dog trying to sleazily rip you off and the obligatory KFC, Burger ...
... own version. Street vendors always seen to taste
better though! All for around 35 BHAT (60p). There are so many street vendors
selling all kinds of foods like fresh fruits and slush drinks or smoked squid.
It’s pretty random to us but when in Rome….
One word to describe Bangkok has to be, random!.....we
returned back to our street from the MBK shopping centre to find a carnival in
the street. There was ...
... what it was...Chicken feet!!! I think we'll just ask for no bones next time! We then took a wander around the neighbourhood and it's fascinating to see how many people are around! There are literally people everywhere all the time, whole families on mopeds, moving house by the looks of the amount of stuff they have and tuktuk's on every street corner. Russ stopped at another street vendor for dessert, I'm not sure what ...
... identifying bodies, main injuries, how the medical services coped and finally how the country is trying to move on. There were a couple of serial killers and rapists that were in glass boxes and had been mummified and there were boxes and boxes of human organs showing abnormalities and causes of deaths. However the vast majority of exhbitions were dead babies. Some of these were fascinating and there were many babies which died in the womb such as Siamese twins,a ...
This morning I packed up my Bags said goodbye to Luke and friends and hopped on my ferry to Chumphon. After a sleepy ferry ride I had a boiling hot wait for my bus to Bangkok. Here I ran into someone from Koh Tao who was heading back there after a visa run. Eventually I got onto quite a nice bus and set off for Bangkok. The journey wasn't too bad and upon arrival i hopped into a Tuktuk and sped ...
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