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... good at it!! Today we biked to a Thai aerobics class in the tesco (supermarket) car park. It was hilarious, we were awful and I have never sweated so much in my life.... can't wait to go back! As you can see I am managing to fill my days quite easily and the coup is hardly affecting me ... apart from subduing my partying! That is all for now! Jenna xxxxx P.S Thanks Room 2 for your video. it was lovely to see all your wee faces and some new ones too! The Dejanusorn ...
... via a jewel store, and then refuse to let you back on until you've bought something at this extremely expensive store. Being nervous that this could be one of those scams, we kept an eye on the direction we were driving, and then decided we would get off at the first destination and just pay the man half of what we owed. The man was adamant that we should stay on the tuk-tuk for 5 more minutes as he had to pick something up from the government building ...
... telling them I already pre-arranged my visa (which I hadn't, but a Cambodian visa can be purchased upon arrival for 20 USD and shouldn't cost a penny more). So I set out to buy a ticket. Another forum post pointed me to a Thai website where tickets could be ordered online and after a little more investigation I found out I could pick up the ticket at an office in one of Bangkok's many malls. So far, so good. On the morning of the trip it was no trouble getting ...
We arrived late into Bangkok with nowhere to stay, so booked somewhere from the airport wifi and then off we headed into the hot, sweaty city. Luckily, the hostel was lovely and we had an 8 bed dorm room to ourselves, so after grabbing a quick bowl of 50p fish ball noodles, we crashed out ready to explore the next morning.
Our first sightseeing day involved a trip up the river on the ...
We went to the Grand Palace this morning and it is stunningly beautiful. You just could never imagine such workmanship and the years and years of dedication to complete. The Grand Palace is only one of over 400 temples in Bangkok. It is spectacular and if you are ever in Bangkok, it is a must see. In the evening we went on a Candlelight Dinner cruise on the Chaophraya River. It was amazing, although ...
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