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... obvious backpacker slumber spot and we chose the chic D&D Inn. The rooms are basic and the sheets are hmm itchy (diplomatic) but it's basic, has a safe and has a rooftop pool with bar meaning you can escape the hostility of Khao San Road and enjoy the busy busy skyline instead. With old friends, new friends and a bottle of Chang.
In the first few hours I witnessed a Thai street boxing match (two traders wrestling over elbow ...
... had given me his card on the MRT and told us he would give us a discount if we came, the host said since I had his card he believed me and would honor the discount. About 10 minutes later we feasted on a delicious Indian meal that only cost us around $6 each. We will definitely be going back when we are in Bangkok. With only a hour to spare and not sure how long it would take to get to the train on the MRT we found ourselves running the streets of Bangkok to reach the ...
... want to join us?). 3 Asiatique In a converted set of riverside warehouses there is an incredible complex of bars, restaurants and shops. Grab the skytrain to the pier, hop on the free shuttle ferry and 20 minutes later you're there. Our plan was to walk around and suss out the best eating spot. But it's the tropics and, you guessed it, down came the biggest downpour you can imagine. Any port in a storm, don't they reckon? We holed up in what ...
... this and attempted to simply wander past.
WHACK! A sharp pain shot across the skin of David's ****. The Thai lady, now stood up was holding a stick and had obviously shown David how serious she was about claiming her fee.
"Hey! You pay!"
Realising now, David quickly reached in his pocket and donated some funds. If that had have been the worst of it, it would have all been ok. Or if he had no change meaning he had to leave and find a toilet elsewhere ...
... of this coup.
Eating brekky at 9.45am was becoming a great habit.
After another mediocre bacon and eggs and a check up on the latest to do with the coup we walked across the street and using by best Thai accent bought two caffe yens (Thai iced coffees) off of a street vendor.
Returning to the hotel we did a little more research into our next destination, Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand. After a bit of ...