S 6 Sukhumvit Hotel Bangkok
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Got up just before 5 and got a taxi to collect mum from airport. Once again I was amazed by the loose rules and regulations of public transport. I got in the taxi just to realise that I have NO seatbelt in the back. Nervously I snuggled into the seat and anchor myself with my feet against the front seat. As we drove of and I woke up more I noticed that neither the driver is wearing his safety ...
... for the other customers so I can say there was no happy ending due many signs. CCTV and that the missus was lied next to me, bu I knew she fancied me. So thumbs up for Thai massage. We then had a fantastic Saturday night at the vertigo restaurant which if you don't know is 61 floors atop the banyan tree hotel. Suffice to say the views were amazing as well as the food. Our first time having a wagyu steak which if you don't know is a very well marbled Japanese delicacy beef. ...
... peach) and bought coconut ice cream with peanuts (served in the real coconut). The floating market turned out to be quite small and we were done at about 11.00. The departure was scheduled for 11.30.
After they dropped us off in Bangkok at 13.00 we went to have lunch. In the afternoon we relaxed a little bit and at 18.30 Barbara and I went for a walk leading us to one of the most stunning temples in Bangkok – Wat Arun (Temple of the Dawn), not only because of ...
... You could get lost there for months just drinking eating and people watching, it's that kind of a bonkers city.
We slept in again the next day but eventually packed ourselves up and
headed off in search of Bangkok Noi railway station. A few hours later
we spilled out of a taxi at the smallest train station I've seen and
hopped aboard an old rattler headed towards Kananchanaburi.
Kananchanaburi is where the river Kwai and it's famous bridge are as ...
... sat in a Starbucks, drinking frappachinos and listening to familiar English pop music.
We spent our final day walking around all the souvenir and food stalls, eating delicious streetfood including thai-style fried rice, odd (but tasty) fried taro and bamboo cakes, sweet coconut cream and sweetcorn batter balls, and of course, pad thai!
We also booked our bus to our next destination; the northern city of Chiang Mai. It would take 13 hours ...