Liberty Garden Hotel
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April 22, 2007
Every time we go into town we have to pay 250 to 300 baht round trip for taxis. There's an extensive subway (MRT) and Skytrain (BST) system in town and it doesn't take us long to figure out that we are losing money by staying out in Thonburi. Everything we want to do is down town. We read the Lonely Planet guidebook looking for …
... it by accident but loved the feel of the place so much that we had a few cocktails to build up our courage for the tattoos and then headed back to the same bar afterward.
After all the excitement of the night, we headed back and sat at the bar in front of the hotel for awhile. They had a jazz band playing and the street was full of activity. Great people watching opportunity.
... Hanoi is without question the most foreign experience so far.
We cabbed to the airport and flew to Bangkok, arriving in Bangkok around 6:30pm. The incredible rush of hot humid air was intense. We shuttled to the Novotel at the airport. We had supper, pad thai for KC and I, pizza for Jack and roast chicken ...
That's right. I'm hardcore like that. A straight thug (that quivered and cried at the very intimidating and obviously armed police officers).
Let me just start by saying as much as my morning seemed to resemble some sort of drama, some of the most important elements were missing. Such as any sort of foreshadowing that would give the main character (me) ANY hint that some sh!t was about to go down. But it was a normal morning by all accounts. I left ...
... wandering the main streets of Bangkok and the little markets along the streets. So much fake stuff. You can even buy a fake iphone6 for under $150. I avoid buying, but its neat to watch suckers think they are getting a bargain. Went out to the weekend markets on Sunday. The place is huge, 27 acres. That was a mistake. So many people, crowded little shops, hot and stuffy, and the constant repetition of the same stuff being sold. Oh well i came, i saw, thats enough.