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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 …
... were at Lumpini Park --- the OTHER park. So I showed him the map and he was perplexed. He called somebody and said something and handed me the phone. The girl on th eother end asked me wehre I wasgoing. I told her Benjakiti Park near Sukhumvit Station. Then she knew where I meant to be and told me to give the phone back to the driver. We arrived at the park at 625. I knew from the steady stream of update posts from Meetups.com that although Scandinavian Robin ...
... foot and hidden beaches discovered, just a handful of cool cafés, incredible clear sea with beautiful sandy beaches, very friendly locals giving a community feel (just 600 live here), good food, perfect bungalows, sensational sunsets and just a perfectly relaxed vibe. The high season has apparently been slow to start this year meaning most of the time we hardly saw anyone. It's no coincidence that Ko Mak is the place where we spent the longest amount of time on our whole ...
While Holi was catching up on some sleep I decided to meet Wasja for lunch. We grabbed some noodles and a smoothie and went for a walk around the temples, they were beautiful. As we were sat finishing our smoothie at one of the temples the biggest lizard (or whatever it was) crawled out of the drains. We couldn't believe it! He was huge! We walked to get purposely lost along the streets of Bangkok, where people were working and cooking outside, ...
... go to a tuk tuk driver and after getting a map out he seemed to understand where we wanted to be. We got in the tuk tuk, after a few minutes the driver handed a leaflet about hand made suits to Matty, we didn't understand what he was saying but figured it was that there were good suits at the market. 5 minutes later we pulled up outside a single wood fronted shop, we were ushered inside and soon realised we were not at any market but at a tailor made suit shop. ...