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... and walking over to the big white and purple 777 standing in the sun. After a month of Nepal I am really not used to see technology like that any more.
What my seat had with the lack of a window it more than made up with legroom as I was sitting at the exit row. I had a good chat with an Australian who was in the queue in front of me when trying to get into the building and now was sitting next to me.
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The tour starts today; I'm a bit excited. After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, we met the tour guides and set of to where the tour starts from out of the crazy Bangkok. One stop for morning tea and a second stop to get some helmets from a bike shop. Then we are introduced to our brand new bikes. Mine is a Trek hard tail with 27.5 inch fat wheels. I put on my pedals, adjusted the ...
... San road, where we were staying, is in the Banglamphu area of Bangkok and has no sky train links so taxis and tuk tuks are common transports. But it is on the river and that gets you around most of Bangkok, and at least to the nearest sky train stop. It's cheap too, less than 10 pence for most stops, although we got a day pass. We visited the Grand Palace and the temple of the Emerald Buddha. It was beautiful but expensive. It felt weird being charged ...
... short and we didn't stay long. I had been worried about the leaving part as I had heard that they try and demand that you haven't paid your bill when you try and leave but that part was fine. We fled the building and grabbed the nearest Tuk Tuk, talking in shock about what we had seen all the way home. Definitely don't think I will be repeating that experience next time I'm in Bangkok!! I will be continuing with our next journey- to the Philippines! ...
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Laem Chaband (Deep water port for Bangkok), Thailand)
Our excursion, “Transfer to Bangkok,” was a 2 & 1/2 hour AC bus ride from the harbor to the Central World Plaza in downtown Bangkok. Our guide, Tun, a personable young woman, met with each of us en route to discuss our independent plans and to advise us on how to proceed. We had grand plans, but Tum injected reality (TRAFFIC!), so we cut ...