Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom
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... be a good idea to eat a huge black scorpion (see video). I decided against this and opted for a nice relaxing foot massage at Charlie's. As it turns out I think I'd have preferred the scorpion... For such little people the Thai are freakishly strong! Thursday involved more exploring of Bangkok, with a boat tour to Wat Po temple and another trip to Khao San Road. Needless ...
... water too long! But they like how I'm not rushing them in the shower :-) While we had a nice time in Bangkok, I probably wouldn't come back here just for Bangkok, maybe as a layover. It is a little dirty and run down but has many charms, great food, beautiful temples and from what I hear, a raucous night life! It was great to visit once and the people were very friendly and loved the kids but two days was enough. We are looking forward to going to Northern Thailand ...
Today was the first day of exploration. We grabbed a small
taxi boat to take us down the major river. I instantly noticed some sort of
interesting movement under the deeply grey tinted water, but dismissed it
pretty quickly as the boat tour began and headed upstream. The thing about
Bangkok is that it is built with the river and water systems. All of the
buildings around the river are built on stilts that allow the houses ...
... got in to the airport, it was under construction. There was dust everywhere, the signs were mislabeled and everything was roped off. The only clear signage in there were the posters saying "SMILE, YOU KILLED MY MOTHER" and "HUMAN TRAFFICKING KILLS", much different PSAs than in the Ft. Lauderdale or Tokyo airport. Chris, I, and a herd of other general white pasty tourists (Russians, Germans, Sweds, etc) sort of just walked in circles speaking all sorts ...
... birthday today; I'm so happy for her. I also found out that Marshal Law finished yesterday, which was a relief; specially after being out in the jungle.
Back home for lunch and shopping at MBK; which sells everything, not just cheap ****.
MBK after lunch. Not much more to say than it is ginormous. Really hard to comprehend really; it just goes on and on. Each floor would be twice as big as a level at Macarthur Square, ...