Kantary House, Bangkok
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The place is called Siam Niramit and the theaters claim to fame is that it has the Guiness Book of World Records certified highest theater stage in the world. Whatever. Now everybody who lives in Myrtle Beach already has seen places similar to this if you have been to Dixie Stampede or Medieval Times. The only difference is that the …
There are a couple culture changes that I would like to share with you all that we have had to make adjustments to, but most are humorous and we have easily adjusted to them after a hearty chuckle:
- There is no such thing as milk from an animal here (cow, goat, chicken, etc) It is all soy milk. It takes a bit to get used to. It …
... and then we headed to my hotel in Khao San Road (KSR).
I put my things away and headed down the street for a look at the massive Halloween party still raging; people dressed up and having a massive dance and drinking in all the bars and clubs that dot the street. Lots of drunk people; very young backpacker types – I feel very old and out of place.
I had a Pad Thai with Chicken – yum (with a big Chang Beer). Massage was next as I fell ...
... about what I want from my life. When I was younger I just wanted to act and write and draw, now my priorities have shifted slightly, I'm interested in a family and a house and a stable career. Or at least that's what I've told myself I'm interested in. I'm not really. Sure, I'd love to have kids, but I'm not in a rush to see them suffer the same fate as me. I'd love a home, but equally I don't feel a need to own something. I don't feel that a home is worth the ...
... but that was enough. I got to the airport at 9 am, and the flight was at 10 am. There is definitely something to be said for Thai efficiency, because I was at the gate at 9.20 am, after checking in and passing the security. The flight was just an hour long, and I was soon at the Chiang Mai airport. At that point, I realized that in 20 minutes, I will have to start the whole thing again - meet new people, make small talk and get to know these new set of people. Its ...