Riverfront Residence Serviced Apartments
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The bus journey didn't take as long as I thought about 5 hours. Arrived in Bangkok at 4.30am. Think I had about 4 hours sleep on and off. Once I got there I had to wait for Siobhan as she was on a later bus only half an hour. I couldn't believe how busy Bangkok is. So many people wanting taxi. They have it so well organised, four different queues, guys telling ppl and taxis where to go. Didn't have to wait long. Taxi wasn't much 160 baht ...
... was from Kuala Lumpur who gave me his business card and offered to show me round when I head over there!! I then went to meet Warren and some of his 'farrang' friends who were both teachers while they were having Sunday lunch. Now I don't think entering into a conversation with 3 ex-pats about the benefits of working abroad was the best idea but it was certainly insightful and gave me ...
My morning lessons got cancelled today, so I decided to take the BTS skytrain to Siam and it was great! Firstly, I went to the Wat Pathum Wanaram temple, which is strangely so serene, despite its busy location next to 3 huge shopping malls! I also saw Sra Pathum Palace, which was dedicated to the memory of the late Princess' Mother. Then, I looked around the ...
... a simple hut where the park ranger on duty stays overnight. Just outside this hut is a makeshift memorial to a herd of elephants that were tragically killed in that area. This spot close to the waterfall is a natural feeding ground for the wild elephants that roam in this park. During the rainy season the water flow is high and treacherous, and one year serval elephants were swept into the river and killed as the water took them over the steep gorge. A granite fence ...
... but the early start was worth it as we sped along the river by motorised boat, trying our best not to tip it over. Reaching hundreds of longtail boats carrying fruit-selling thai ladies.
We were then given the opportunity to see a snake show (I am not big on snakes but you have to try everything right?)
Oh my Lord I was shaking by the end of it, a 14 year old boy throwing 10 foot pythons by the audience, an old man aggravating a cobra ...