Hotel Vista Express
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... it ruined the view slightly.We found that there wasnt a lot to do in the area, and that some of it was very rural. SO we took a tuktuk down to Khao San Rd where we had our first and only meal of the day.. 3 pork satay skewers each..(they said it was pork, tasted like chicken.. could be cat?) delicious though ;)
Khao San Rd was also crazy; Lights, bars, market stalls and insects to eat. After food we continued wandering down Khao ...
... so much already. We are grateful for a skilled driver, roads are twisty and sometimes just one track of pavement - quite the duck and weave process! 36 km in 2 hours, a relaxed pace :). However we do feel very safe and incredibly well cared for. First stop National Museum. Sonam showed us all the masks that will be used in the dances at the festivals we will see - described historical significance. The ...
... one day left in Bangkok which I am determined to spend outside of the hostel. Not really knowing where I am, I get a map from the hostel reception and decide to just wander the neighbourhood. What I love most about Asia is all the markets and stalls everywhere, often not even in a market locations as such, but just lining the streets as you walk along. The variety in clothing, crafts, technology and food galore, everything can be brought from the street markets.
Thursdays are a little be scary at the moment. Today I go to a school called Pongsuan, and it is, without a doubt, the lowest in terms of ability amongst my schools. The kindergarteners I teach don't speak a lot of English at all. And then there's my Prathoms who apparently can't read. Lastly there are my three Mathayom classes, which, to be honest, scare the living bejesus out of me. The fact that one of the kids (I use this ...
... to the hostel and slept early and soundly all night. It is at this point that I must thank my father for his genes. Because while Caitlynn and Ben were both devoured by mites and mosquitos while they slept, I awoke untouched. By the time we were a few days into Cambodia, Caitlynn had nearly 50 mosquito bites and I had 3. Thanks Dad. The next morning we decided to do some major sightseeing. I read that the best way to get to the biggest sights was via the ferry. Bangkok ...