Sacha's Hotel Uno
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... but with a quick call from Long, the owner turner up and was putting tables together and sorting out seats like there was no tomorrow.
We were all Sat on these little seats in the street having breakfast, when across the road from us this big group in matching t-shirts starred chanting. Next thing we know they are singing and doing a flash mob/cheer leading thing. It was very odd but a nice bit of free entertainment during ...
... views! Back to the hostel after and we decided to treat ourselves to the most amazing meal of all time. Hard Rock Cafe! Everything was so strange, actually having a proper waitress that checked on you and stuff was so strange! We had the craziest burger which was soo good. With our bellies satisfied we headed back to the hostel and chilled downstairs in the bar area until ...
... to my room to get some rest and kick the jetlag and time warp.
The next day I was on a quest to find some decent sandals, because all I had brought with me was a ****** pair of flip flops that I used in the showers in hostels. I headed straight for MBK Shopping Plaza. For those of you who don't know about MBK, it is the biggest mall I have ever seen. Floor upon floor of random things to buy. I finally found a decent pair of ...
... was also based on Buddhist traditional stories. The only room we could see on the inside was the throne room which has hand painted stencils, which I can only imagine would have taken an insane amount of time to finish. I really enjoyed everything we saw at the Grand Palace!
At night time we headed to one of the areas of Bangkok known for its nightlife. We first went to Soi Cowboy which is full of go-go bars. Each bar has about 5-10 girls in skimpy ...
... like randomised squiggles.
Power cables decorate the street like tangled streamers decorating the wall of a party.
Which is actually quite a good metaphor for the city, it does feel like a party.
One that admittedly you feel uninvited for and unsure whose it is or where it is for that matter and that you have just snuck your way in a back entrance.
An almost forty kilometre only took around an hour and now I stood at the entrance to an entirely new and ...