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... Klong canal walk; 12 baht and a ride to Asoke with another 30min walk down the road to Soi 18. Was an hour early so kicked back in a small Thai outdoor eatery and had a beer watching the lively street go past.
Caught up with the gang and we ventured over to Suda Restaurant just up the road; they have a great selection of food with a very robust menu. We had several entrees including fried crab, fried prawn and spring ...
... once, but to how I go about life and how I present myself as a human. An old friend told me the other day that I had become wise. I don't think that this is true. I think I'm over-emotional, unstable, rash and impulsive. I think I react badly to unconstructive criticism, I cringe at poor communication and I'm outright rebellious in the face of authority. I provide my opinion where it is not wanted and I've gone through life ...
... little snag was my back. I assume I must've done something to it while playing silly buggers in the pool the day before. I tried to lift Susie out of the pool, so that must've been it! Either way, I was having muscle spasms down the side of my back, and it hurt quite a lot to move. As a result of the back and the rain, we did nothing for most of the day, other than read, and stroke our cat. At some point Susie remembered they had a ...
After resting for a bit and taking some cold showers we hit the streets again to walk to the Grand Palace. In the heat, it was ten times more strenuous as it was only a 15 min walk but felt like a day. The temperature has been about 90F but it feels over a hundred in the sun! Sun block is helping but a tan (farmers tan really) is inevitable. Before heading to the temple, a bit of street food of course! We sauntered over to the hundreds of clothes and street food stands and ...
... legs cramped and asses squished. The ride lasted an additional 2 hours to what was already a 4 hour ride because, as I later discovered, transportation in Bangkok is literally insane. Going about by car there could not be more advised against.
Anyways, we arrive downtown, take a cab to our hostel, and start Facebooking with Leon. After an hour or so of pre drinking and figuring where we are going to meet, we eventually make it to Soi ...