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... We had two games before lunch. It was hard work moving my legs and my brain, but some how I managed. I've played many a game of hungover hockey and once you get moving it's not too bad. It's the stopping that hurts. While having lunch with the girls, David cane over, "you know the after party tonight, it's free food and booze" my brain was whurring, but I feel pretty bad, but it was free. I replied, "looks like we're staying then". David did a little cheer and almost ...
... into my kit, we were playing. I was sweeper, the position I played as a junior. Which was good as it allowed me to roam. The games were 15 minutes which was plenty in the heat, the sweat poured from every part of me, knees and elbows, it was grim! We managed to borrow a few players so we had 11. We won 1-0. I came off to David, grinning, "please can I have your shirt". SCC had a mens team who were also short. The shirt was tight on me so you can picture David looking a ...
... for all, and arrived shortly thereafter. It was very nice. We then returned to the river via a side lane beside Wat Arun. A short boat ride back across the river and we walked back to our hotel. We lazed around the room for an hour or so, then we went to the restaurant in the hotel for a lovely meal. It was reasonably priced as well. After that we walked down the road to Swensons for an ice cream fix. Back to the hotel, and after a bit of internetting, we all turned in for the ...
... before I was sitting down with a plate of chicken pad thai and a cold bottle of Chang. The cost - 110thB. Roughly £2. I can see myself eating a lot of street food. The draw back of having this at your doorstep is that getting an early night is impossible. As I'm writing this the sound of Tracy Chapman's Fast Car, performed by one guy and his guitar, is seeping through the window of my street-facing room. Live music certainly seems to be a 'thing' out ...
... of the numerous bars that are located there. After a quick dinner at a street side noodle cart we headed to the 'Nest' rooftop bar to enjoy their happy hour cocktails which at just £2 each were thoroughly enjoyed, especially the lychee bellinis.
With just one day left in Bangkok, there was only one thing for us girls to do - hit the shops! Whilst we wandered around MBK searching out bargains, Ross decided to have a day pampering himself, first ...