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... in the park and there are a lot fewer people, which was a nice getaway. After the park I went to the snake farm, and then I decided to head over to the Jim Thompson house so I hopped on the skytrain and headed towards National Stadium.
The Jim Thompson house is really interesting. They only allow guided tours of the house, and this was the first of many times in the past two days where we had to take our shoes off. They do the tours in most ...
... escape when the lady gave my bones some loud satisfying clicks! She even laughed along too... there were times when I had to bite my lip as she dug her elbows into my shoulder blades and shins, between the muscle and the bone, OUCH! The things these women can do with their hands, feet, elbows... she was basically climbing all over me at the end and pushing her whole body weight on my back at one point... she was only little but boy did my back feel like it was about to break! ...
... often, they do not
have other means of getting financial help due to a poor credit history
or have already accrued a large pile of credit card debt. Errors of
their past continue to haunt them and once again they are looking for
assistance from a third part money solution. Financial problems from the
past and present land them on the ...
... of the numerous bars that are located there. After a quick dinner at a street side noodle cart we headed to the 'Nest' rooftop bar to enjoy their happy hour cocktails which at just £2 each were thoroughly enjoyed, especially the lychee bellinis.
With just one day left in Bangkok, there was only one thing for us girls to do - hit the shops! Whilst we wandered around MBK searching out bargains, Ross decided to have a day pampering himself, first ...
... until it had finished. When you step out on to the pavement here it is a very different one to home. This pavement is for selling things, riding motorcycles on and full of holes and steps which will get you if you don't keep your eyes open... did I mention the 34 degree heat. At night parts of the street (Soi Sukhumvit 38) that in daylight I ignorantly thought looked quite slumish are transformed into a colourful and chaotic food market .... The street is lit up ...