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It is a new day and we feel good after a catch up sleep. Nick our transfer driver took us to a ruby factory this morning and then dropped us at a big shopping mall. I never thought I would say I got tired of shopping but the stalls/shops went on for ever and ever.
One thing we have found really frustrating here is the length of time it takes to get anywhere because of ...
... Today the rip off business already exceeds the value of the global narcotics trade.
Titirat is an intellectual property lawyer who has been with the firm for fourteen years and he conducted the briefing.
Stallholders on Sukhumvit don’t make a fortune selling rip off goods. Its the organised criminal gangs that control Asia's black market in fake goods and when you buy the fake stuff you are indirectly supporting child labour and human-trafficking.
... where i sat with a young German girl who had lost her passport and might have to stay in Bangkok for a couple of weeks in order to get a replacement, never lose your passport. Afterward i decided to head put to another part of town and experience their nightlife. It was a good night, full of meeting people and tasty treats, i got back around 2am and went to sleep. I had no real plans for the next day so i would be exploring Bangkok on my ...
... appeared young but I later found out that he was actually 43 years old. Being a little bit taller than me, he was thin looking, single and had worked as a lawyer in the past but much preferred working at G Adventures as a tour guide than working in an office! Interesting! So, voilà! How’s this for an introduction!
Glancing around, the group appeared to be a good mix of ...
... yes eggs! Also, octopus on sale everywhere which we have to be honest, smelt SO bad, we wish you had smellavision on this blog!
Outside the market you are surrounded by huge department stores and this is typical of our feeling of Bangkok. There is a feel of 'new wealth' in these stores with a lot of western shops such as M&S and H&M plus gourmet food markets (think Bills or a trendy farmers market) and outside you have the market stalls with whole families ...