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... of the kicks or prevent injury?? There are signs everywhere saying no gambling but it is so obvious as the locals are throwing their hands in the air, shouting and sending signals to the punters. That in itself is a spectacle!! It was such a super fun night!
Monday was an 'admin' day as there were planned political demonstrations. The demonstrations were supposed to be peaceful but as you never know what might happen I decided to stay put and sort my banking, ...
... last dinner in Bangkok at 'Sawatdi', huge place, good food, good mojitos, good company...we were joined by Luke's brother and his Thai mistress.....that story needs a blog of its own...! There is also a 50 foot angry looking Buddha in there. Bangkok....what a way to start my trip!! I thank-you for that! There's so much more I need to see and do, I mean, I haven't even seen a sex show yet! I hope to get round to all that when I return at the end of my ...
Dubbed the commercial centre of the Samui Archipelago, I stayed at Chaweng beach area. It is a modest beach resort inclusive of a relaxed daytime atmosphere and a nightly rave on the beach in front of a band and a DJ. I booked a cruise of Ang Thong National Marine Park, met a Serbian couple and a Pakistani couple who were all honeymooners alongside Dutch Danielle ...
... and it was easy to see why. Karen was quick to point out that Bangkok was a lot like me – a bit camp, tacky and full of food! I will let you decide if she is right.
The streets in this city may not be paved with gold – but they are certainly paved with food. From grilled meats to deep fried bugs the offerings are endless.
We found a restaurant on Khao San Road and sat down to ...
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