Hotel Vista Express
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We went on a free trip organised by the hotel on a half day tour of Bangkok finishing off with a visit to a gemstone factory and shop.
We went past the King's Palace which is so ornately beautiful. Our mini bus took us through the busy gridlocked streets of Bangkok to one of the ferry terminals. We jumped aboard a packed ferry boat …
... with her sub-standard pizza, Becky read for the rest of the night and I sat watching the Matrix and eating significantly better pizza. Despite me picking bits of pineapple off, Becky still didn't want it. I can't believe it's been three months. It seems as though time has flown by since we got here - I had all these plans for when we arrived and I've still not started them. It seems life takes over sometimes. Work definitely makes life slip away quicker, even when you ...
... the close connection that the Karen people traditionally have with their herd.
A camp had been set up just outside of a village for volunteers to learn about Karen culture and watch the elephants roam freely in this remote mountainous region. Fees paid by volunteers are used to compensate the tribes-folk for the income they would have received from leasing their elephants to tourist camps. It is hoped that the interest ...
After lots of buses we eventually arrived in Bangkok and checked into a hotel on Khao San Road. I had two days with Samira before she flew back to Sweden and I got a bus to meet some of the friends I made in Vietnam at the Full Moon Party in Koh Phanghan. We spent our days mainly shopping on Khao San Road and getting henna and dreads and braids. I spent a lot on clothes, jewellery and manicures!
After Samira left I got the night bus down to ...
... ways was delicious and satisfying. However as we were leaving we stumbled upon an even bigger food court and felt like fools. After lunch we wandered into some malls near Siam square to escape the rain. It was insanely packed. We sought solace in the nearby Bangkok art and culture center (BACC). The structure is designed in a beautiful round spiral, drawing you in. We couldn't help going up floor after floor. The main free galleries are on the 6-8 floors. First we wove through ...