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I found the same exact hotel Brian Baraga and I stayed at 2 years ago, all based off memory.
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Amazing city with elite designer shops and cool architecture rubbing shoulders with food stalls, markets and the obligatory tangles of overhead electrical cables. Traffic jams are made worse in wet weather until the water clears off the road which takes a while as the city itself is below sea level. Great fun catching the local trains most places when taxis were at standstill and we sampled Uber which worked pretty ...
I've met lots of people travelling, and they always ask the same questions - 'how long have you been travelling', 'where have you been', 'what are your plans?' Nobody actually asks 'why are you travelling?' The reason for travelling is often taken for granted I feel. Today someone asked me what made me leave England. As these things usually are, this isn't actually such an easy question to answer. The short ...
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In general, I have found most of the big cities we have toured are alike in many ways: Busy, noisy, cement and skyscrapers, pollution, and people. I was a little skeptical about these 3 days in Bangkok, but I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed this trip and loved seeing some of this enchanting, busy, and friendly city.
Tomorrow we head back to Shanghai and Robert ends his Asia tour to head back to New Hampshire to get a short rest before his Europe ...
... As soon as I'm done with all of that, I'll make sure to post something on here so anyone who's interested can see.
I also had picture from the last couple of days, but they kinda went.... missing after I put the memory card in a new phone. They are there but got mixed up with couple hundred of other pictures so it'll take me a while to find them. I'll probably add them eventually :)
Peace out for now ...