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... free food samples as humanly possible without *actually* buying any products. This pretty much sums up our afternoon as we exaggeratedly "mmm'd" and "ahh'd" at the local produce, sampling an array of delicious (and not so delicious) tastes of honey, bread, olives, sausages, lemonade, ice cream and jam, all without spending a penny!
As if our appetites weren't satisfied enough, we later headed to Cold Stone's, a famous ice-cream parlour which allows you to choose from a ...
... it back to the hotel just in time we sat downstairs at the restaurant attached to the hotel and had a beer.
Turning our heads to CNN news it seemed the military of Thailand had just upgraded their martial law implementation to a full blown coup d'état.
This meant we wouldn't be venturing out after 10pm for at least the next few days.
After waiting like sardines to board a BTS with only 5 people getting off and 5 getting on at a time Moe ...
... We jumped in a tuk tuk, destination Chinatown...via a suit tailor after some serious selling from our driver. We declined the shops' offer to kit us out with some threads and hopped back into the tuk tuk. The experience of riding in a tuk tuk was fascinating, getting up close and personal with all sorts of cars, busses, tuk tuks, mopeds and whatever else was jostling for a piece of the road and inhaling the various smells of Bangkok; some bad, some good. ...
... speed the train was travelling makes the 17:58 South Eastern service from Waterloo East to Barnehurst seem like the Japanese Bullet Train! As we chugged through some of Bangkok's less desirable suburbs the poverty was overwhelming. The austere disparity between my squalid surroundings and the comforts I'm used to back home was truly depressing. Homes with four walls, a front door, yet no roof housed humble families with little, if any knowledge, of ...
... clock, Saturday morning. It was a nice change to leave the metropolis of the city and drive through the dense countryside for a couple of hours. The tour also included a stop at the Bridge over the river Kwai enroute (which is close to the border of Myanmar) so a few photographs and a stretch your legs later; we were back in the car to Elephant Village. On arrival, we were not too sure what to expect and our taxi driver for the day, Payon, kindly took all our bags and cameras and ...
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