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... Another mixup. There was one bed instead of the two that we had agreed on so they change just to another room… Along with the lightbulb, which we figured out they were moving to whatever room we were using. This was a whole new level of conserving energy! The room was definitely not the one that we have seen in the pictures and seemed to have not aged well since 1950s. Then we met our third roommate… A cockroach in the bathroom! We headed down to the lobby which ...
Day 1 Recap of Bangkok, Thailand Here's my first real blog of the venture. Woke up at around 7:30 AM and got ready for the day. We flagged down a tuk-tuk and had this person take us to a large shopping center called MBK, as we were to meet up with someone we conversed with on Couchsurfing later on in the morning. A tuk-tuk is one of the more common modes of public transit here in addition to the motorbikes, buses, and the taxis. The best way to describe it is that it's ...
... a lot of beeping). We soon realised, after leaving the taxi, that Kerrie was very inappropriately dressed (and not just the slippers) to be paying respect to the temple and I was not far behind lol. Kerrie managed to find a fetching sarong, an almost equally impressive white top and a pair of ladybird flip flops for a total of 300 baht. I managed to find a pair of baggy pants for 150 baht - I looked "unusual". Thankfully, our A list celeb was detracting all the attention from ...
... weekend market, one of Asias largest markets, had over 15000 stalls and took our breath away. It was narrow passages packed with bargain hunters and stalls selling just about everything you could want. It really was incredible and we spent hours wandering around enjoyng the experience before catching the train back into town. Sadly our time to leave the city came around too soon and it was another overnight train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai.
... short stops later; we were back at Siam Square. Here we treated ourselves to a last minute meal at our favourite Japanese restaurant - Wasabi Fallabella (inside www.siamparagon.co.th centre) as we had a plane to catch (and who doesn't hate plane food?) and it was a quick pack of the cases (for the 100th time!) back at the hotel and off to the airport, through the road blocks for our journey to Dubai.
Thailand has been ...