The Key Bangkok Hotel by Compass Hospitality
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... but the truth is, I can't do those things when I'm pressured into doing them. And perhaps that is why I'll never be able to do it as a job - it stops being fun when you demand something from yourself. When you expect a certain quality from your imagination (as if anyone really has any control over that), you're torturing yourself. So today I said **** it. Today I woke up. I played games. I watched films. I got my haircut, ...
... the markets gave everyone an opportunity to purchase low price imitations of popular brands the realisation that these homies need to sell their gubbins at dirt cheap prices made us realise how fortunate we are to live in our NZ environment.
Bangkok has definitely been quite different. Most of the lads were shocked at the disgusting nature of the city of Bangkok, but as we trekked further into Bangkok the squad discovered that Bangkok was not as bad as it seemed. With ...
... are loads of them around here and they all seem to sell a variety of skewered meat. Unfortunately the problem with living in Ari is that very few Thai people speak English and we still speak very little Thai, although we are learning. This means that the general process for obtaining food on the street is to point and smile. It goes without saying that I was excited about my purchase, Thailand has rarely failed me on the food front (I do recall a yellow curry rice last ...
... play it safe as Maureen was not taking any risks. It wasn't the nicest but it survived us until the plane. After browsing around the terminal, we headed to our gate.
It was time to fly off, and to say bye bye to Bangkok. Although Bangkok wasn't our favourite place we had fallen in love with South East Asia. We had such an amazing time and had created so many unforgettable memories. In all honesty, we were sad to leave, but we knew we were going to do it all again in ...
... area, looking to make some money and go back to open a cafe one day. Hope he makes it too.
20th Jan - more shopping, boats and Ferris wheels
Shaun and I started our day at the mall. We then caught up with Em and Leish and drove (for yes another hour) to get some lunch. Met an awesome 'little man' (is the politically correct?) who owned a cafe in Bangkok. We had a good chin wag with him, and we set off on another taxi (and another hour) to the medical museum. After ...