Citrus Sukhumvit 22 Hotel Bangkok
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... took us in a minibus back to the same hotel near Khao San Road. After we were checked in, we headed out to do some shopping. Trying to haggle after we bought 4 items off the same stall did not go well but hey, live and learn. I ended up getting a pair of shorts, some 3 quarter length floaty trousers and a bracelet. 210฿ for the clothes and 60฿ for the bracelet. After a cheeky spring roll (which turned out to be bland and a waste of money) and topping up on ...
... enjoyable end to the week. Once I got back to the office I realised I had very little to do and ended up just waiting for Becky to get back, presumably so we could head back to the flat, because she hadn't been feeling very well that morning. But when she got back she said she was feeling a touch better and we headed Over the Wall with a bunch of other teachers. It's good to spend some time with the other teachers because you get ...
We spent much of Saturday at the famous Chatuchak Weekend Market (http://www.bangkok.com/shopping-market /popular-markets.htm), 35 acres worth of stalls featuring everything from hilarious knock-offs to compelling and inexpensive Thai goods. The kids were fired up to spend some of their adventure money here in finding some hidden treasures to take home to Canada. Jon came away with Thai boxing gloves that fit him perfectly, James has muay thai shorts and some ...
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... we could see how the people live, cook or wash along the waterways.
The water looked dirty but at least it didn't smell badly.
On our last day we went to Lumpini Park which is one of only a few parks in the city of Bangkok. It was created in the 1920s by King Rama VI on royal property outside the city limits Now it is surrounded by high rises. It really felt nice to leave ...