Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... and munched some mince pies! It felt very western, and having
found some food and then indulging in popcorn at the cinema, for the
first time I forgot we were in another country! Still, it felt good
and after a pretty scary morning (ok it really wasn't that bad but at
the time I was pretty nervous) it felt safe and we had a relaxing
Day two in Bangkok and, since the Kings
birthday was now over, the threat of the largest protest hit ...
... looking for where I can make sure the airline could get Rio's bag back to him. After many stops at different Thai officials, finally one told me that Air China baggage would go to Thai Airlines. They promised me he would get them.Jim and I then proceeded to get to the MRT (Metro Train) back to the city. It's about a 30 minute ride. Nice clean trains. Once we got to our transfer point we had to walk to the BRT ...