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... The ramen actually tasted like the bacon that had cooked in it. I went for some kind of soupy katsu dish which had a number of vague ingredients that together made something pretty special. Definitely one of the best meals I've had recently, and that's made even better by the fact that I'm not likely to have good food for some time now - tomorrow is my last day in Thailand before I leave the country. And the ...
... the river to complete the last task. The jury is still in deliberation as who should the winners actually be.
From here it was a quick tuk-tuk then canal boat ride back to the hotel to relax for a bit before heading out to the airport. Bangkok Airways allows all their passengers to use the guest lounge to the boys made the most of the free food and drink, but more importantly, the free WiFi. After a short initial delay and a lot of people ...
... seen to wade out of the pond too! Over the years it has grown into an endearing centre for outdoor leisure activities for Bangkoklans. We saw Zumba/ aerobic exercises, basketball matches and casual joggers jogging around the beautiful pond. There was even outdoor gym equipment! We went at dusk, as it is a little cooler at this time and it was busy with joggers. After a gentle stroll around the park, we went to the life centre for food and then headed back to the ...
... sneaked downstairs and slept with the Thai's, though half way in to the journey we got woken up and told to move! We got to the ferry port at 4am and had 3 hours to kill before we got on the ferry to finally reach Koh Tao. After an uneventful ferry ride, the fun started when we ended up walking around for an hour trying to find a place to stay... But it was worth it when we got to the beach and just did nothing for the next few days..ah ...
... very little sleep I met Lorena again and we went to a coffee shop to grab something to eat before spending the day exploring some of the sights of bangkok. It is mostly chaos, smelly, dirty with a dash of beauty and life between the cracks. We visited 2 temples and did heaps of walking. Later that day I caught a taxi to my booked hostel which was in a more businessy part of town and closer to the train station. The hostel was awesome, very clean and tidy ...