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... facades, a few stray cats, and speeding cars, tuk tuks and motorbikes which threatened to skittle us as we crossed the road.
We went to a vegetarian place – day one so easy does it! I'm not great with very spicy food, however Nath said it was the best Thai green curry he’s ever had. We collapsed into the clean but rock hard bed, as by this time it was after 1am in Australia and our early start was catching up with us!
We woke early and set off ...
... Bangkok. Paul decided to try a Thai combo lunch and I ate teriyaki chicken with rice. Paul enjoyed his lunch but were both puzzled by some of the ingredients. In his soup their seemed to be something that resembled egg but looked like it had been cooked in a jelly mould. When we asked what it was the waiter told us it was chicken ed....still a little puzzled!! Despite the confusion we ate all our food and washed it down with some rather delicious strawberry ...
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 ...
... the temples are really a sight to behold. They all glimmer as though they are made of real gold and diamonds. One tourist even asked if they were, much to the guide's amusement. It was interesting for us to see the Emerald Buddha because we had been to the temple in Laos in which it used to be housed before being reclaimed by Thailand. The Buddha is actually Jade and has 3 cloaks for the summer, winter and rainy seasons. The King changes the cloak at the start of each ...
... on a parallel street called Rambuttrin Road. This road is Khaosan Road's way cooler sister with more relaxed restaurants and bars and an acoustic live music scene. I chose a place with wifi and sat down to a dinner of fried noodles and Chang beer. I watched the parades of people walking by and chatted with my waiter for a while. When I was finished I kept walking down the road. I was almost at the end when I saw two men, drinking beers, and sitting with their bare ...