King Park Avenue Hotel
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... and rats to move aside and we found it. It's GROSS!!!! But that's all the fun of it. Well it was the fun of it til a cockroach ran our of Connies bag and she had a mini melt down!!!!! Time for dinner and bed to let things sink it and hopefully we'll have gotten used to the smell by the time we wake up tomorrow and needless to say, move to another part of town!! ...
... Now that's what I'm talking about... I really felt privileged to witness Thais going about their typical Sundays like they do every weekend down at the market. There was so much food to choose from, as we passed by each boat down below with locals frying/cooking/chopping up all sorts of tasty Thai treats. We finally settled for Guay deow namtok noodle soup (with pork) washed down with a Northern Thai speciality of Khao soi gai (curried Chicken noodles) a few hours later, as ...
... dobbiamo camminare per mezzora! Anche in serata sempre piu militari si aggirano per la citta’ e la mattina dopo ci viene riferito che e’ stata imposta la legge marziale e che il governo e’ stato dissolto.
In serata prendiamo un treno (12 ore di notte) per arrivare a Chiang Mai. Qualche scarafaggio e aria condizionata rotta alle 11pm fanno una nottata piuttosto interessante! ...
So I survived Bangkok, just..... Bars, drinks, dancing and 5 people in a tuk tuk was just some of the crazy. The tour group are amazing. All solo travellers and all around same age. We met at the hotel and after introductions we went for dinner - funnily enough at the same place I found on first night. After dinner we all piled into tuk tuks and we headed back to Khoasan. The street was even more lively during the evening - believe it or ...
... interesting places in the world. It has been a fantastic experience. We've visited 9 countries, slept in 56 different beds, been to 16 airports, 48 beaches and travelled on 18 different modes of transport. I have seen some wonderful wildlife as well, lizards, koalas, kangaroos, elephants, dolphins, birds, sea creatures to name a few. I've added a few photos from the past 6 months to this blog, just to remind you. In India we initially had a bit of a culture shock and when talking ...