Hotel Vista Express
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... time to kill before I meet up with my tour group in the afternoon/evening. I got offered a tailor made suit for £40 today, actually tempting! I shall have to have look to see if I have another couple of days here in Bangkok, not sure I have consecutive ones after this. I could have it shipped over to Australia ready for some job interviews! Tonight I think I'm going to have a couple of beers and chill out. Big day ...
So yeah, I am --aaarggghh- leaving my camping gear behind. Do these next four months in guest houses and maybe pick up the tent and such once I return to Thailand and bring it back to where ever I have left my bike! Possibly Nepal... Ahhh! Too far in the future to worry about now!
In these moments before I leave my familiar world of Thailand, anticipation of what's ahead has completely engulfed me, oddly bringing me to that place of being very present ...
... left we went again to find a tuk tuk driver and got him to take us to the train station so we could get tickets to Chiang Mai Monday night. Got them. And then ANOTHER tuk tuk to get back to hostel. He's ended up taking us to a tailor first to get commission but we found these nice cheap suits we may get tailored after our trip in 2 months. Maybe haha. Finally ended up back at hostel, got some food for supper and crashed that night. Long hot day. But we covered quite a bit I'd ...
... late night drinking hole.
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... part of that meal was a complimentary appetizer called "Miang Kob", a one bite explosion of fresh flavors. We were also treated to classic Thai dancing reminiscent of old Siam. Incidentally, while waiting on our main entree we noticed that a large dinner party was arriving and being directed to the second floor staircase. Not much later a small group of four guests came in, one of them in a ...