Riverfront Residence Serviced Apartments
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... back and I am bringing books to his rescue.
Go out to eat about 19:00 then sit at Gecko Bat for a beer. Had been told that the new 'Govt' were clamping down on beer advertising but there is little sing of that around here. Walk Jai back to the guest house then I go back out for another couple of beers and a chat with German guy and French girl about their travels. The bars all close around midnight so perhaps that is part of the new clampdown ? ...
... of the shopping was done and most of the money was gone! I had purchased two silk robes, a couple of t-shirts, coffee, coffee filters, fake Adidas shoes, silk scarves, and many other souvenirs. For the minute prices, it is very hard to resist. I also had to get a bigger bag which I would put my main rucksack in and then pack around it, quite clever really! We finished the day with more Bia Hoi and met up with the old Aussie couple who are a good ...
... minutes. We grabbed one of the local buses that took us to Chatuchak (BHT 7 per person). There is a train station near Chatuchak Park that is called Mo Chit. From Mo Chit we took a train/metro to Surasak. We were pleasantly surprised about the Bangkok´s metro system. It was very modern, apparently new. Gonzalo was convinced that the metro was installed after his first visit to Bangkok.
By the way tuk-tuks and taxis wanted to charge us BHT 150 from the Southern Bus Terminal ...
... and see a film. With not too much out at the minute we went to see Transcendence which I really enjoyed. It's a bit like a Michael Crichton style story so was right up my street.
The next few days almost blurred into one. We went to get our visas for Vietnam only to find it was Victory day so was shut for the next two days, brilliant! So we hung around for that until we realised we can pick them up in Laos instead so didn't even bother going back a few days later. After ...
We are back! Iuri is having a job interview to work with a friend of his in Quince restaurant, where we had dinner on our first visit to Bangkok. We also managed to squeeze in Wat Arun temple, which sits just across the river and therefore offering nice views of the city from the top. The temple is well worth the visit, it is one of those that make you think that you are not all that templed up after all. The steps to climb to the highest lever are extremely ...