River Side Bangkok
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... a bachelors or higher. In four years, those with higher educations who filed has spiked tremendously. The numbers have risen by 16 percent. The moral of the story is that those from all backgrounds and walks of life find themselves in need of help from time to time. Income was shown to influence bankruptcy filings. The vast majority, 60 percent, of those who file for bankruptcy make less than $30,000 a year. Interestingly, the ...
This morning I headed out bright and early for a day at a cookery school, my first group activity of the trip. I arrived really early and we were then split up into different groups to head to the food market. We were taken and shown how coconut milk is produced along with some amazing stalls selling all types of meat and fish along with an amazing curry paste stall. We headed back with ...
... that the food had been fairly reliable when we came last year, sadly this was not the case today. We bought pad thai, although it clearly wasn't pad thai. It wasn't bad, but it was disappointing that it wasn't the amazing food we'd had last year. Becky headed off to a street vendor to grab some spring rolls that she'd been pining for. After a short walk around the area we made our way back, although we struggled to find a decent priced ...
Day 1 in Bangkok!
After a tiring and drunk flight I spent most of the first day adjusting to the crazy world of Bangkok! I was a bit overwhelmed, but the Nap Park hostel is in a great location right next to the Kao San Road so easy for exploring.
Lots of amazing shopping, 2 pounds for trousers, vests, sunglasses, you you have to barter!
Had a few cheeky foot massages and met some nice people in the hostel.
I was a bit overwhelmed ...
... wandering the main streets of Bangkok and the little markets along the streets. So much fake stuff. You can even buy a fake iphone6 for under $150. I avoid buying, but its neat to watch suckers think they are getting a bargain. Went out to the weekend markets on Sunday. The place is huge, 27 acres. That was a mistake. So many people, crowded little shops, hot and stuffy, and the constant repetition of the same stuff being sold. Oh well i came, i saw, thats enough.