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... has been so rapid that at the airport I almost feel there should be a sign saying, "Sorry for the inconvenience, still under construction." As a result a great many places looked unfinished or just neglected; few constructions looked as though much thought had been given to aesthetics, again Shanghai was an exception, and maybe when you suddenly have to provide modern housing and roads or even vast dams you do not have time to worry what it looks like; ...
... to the main sights of the golden Buddha, Wat Poh, and the royal Palace. While there I purchased my train, bus, ferry combi ticket to Koh Tao for the next evening.
I was getting hungry again and on the way to the golden Buddha found a great little place that was very proud of it's ducks. And right so.
Ideally the power bank was pre-charged and my new camera was able to be charged through USB, so I could even use the time waiting for and consuming the ...
So the time is almost up for Bangkok. Tomorrow I leave to visit Laos on a sleeper train which should be an interesting experience and I thought I would share with you my thoughts and experiences in the big city.
Its a big City and there is loads to do -
Temples( I recommend Wat Pho & Wat Arun as the main 2 in which to visit)
Museums ( The national museum is awesome - ...
First time to fly with Fin-air and was not that impressed. Not much of a vegetarian choice, food wise. Their choice is either take it or leave it. At their international airport the prices for basics are ridiculous for example a packet of crisps is £4.50 and a bottle of water is about £3. The flight was smooth with no disturbances until a lady started to have a go at the air hostess for telling her it is against regulations for letting her child sleep on ...
... me." Traveling by yourself forces you to talk to yourself an awful lot. The place was surprisingly desolate and I didn't mind one bit.
As I rounded the corner it just kept getting better and better. Every last detail was unfolding before my eyes. A massive golden Buddha was there to greet me as I gazed out into the vastness of this city. I think my camera lost a quarter of its memory just snapping shots of the astounding beauty that surrounded ...