TK Palace Hotel
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... orders on this trip to learn how to make it. OK - will try. (I have already emailed our Cooking School in Kanchanaburi and to the head Chef about learning this dish - so hopefully I can master it).
I checked in with Charlie and then headed over to see our clients at the Park Plaza. I went via Klong boat this time and it seemed to take ages; I got lost in the Soi's that look the same but found the canal and boat ramp ...
... the waitresses shamelessly began chatting Mark up. It was quite the spectacle. After an amazing dinner we grabbed an extremely overpriced can of ginger ale in a nearby bar which had a band playing. We were pulled in by the sounds of Metallica, which was pretty good, but it soon descended into Bruno Mars and other such pop. Mark was interested to go on to somewhere else, but we had more things to do back home so we called it a night and headed ...
... Egyptian restaurant, going to a night market (where we bought several pairs of aladdin pants) and before heading back we grabbed a few beers. When we got back to the hostel we all wore our new pants and chilled on the sofa and drank our beer. It was a real 'pants party'! haha! Sammy pretty much passed out after her beer and after chatting with a few dudes from the US it was time for bed.
The next day I woke up fairly early and decided to go for ...
... out of pure gold and hence we were only allowed to peak through the window at it. From now it starts to get a bid odd. Next up was a cashmere factory which we were a bit unsure on in the first place, and turned out to be nothing more than a tailor where we were quickly shepherded out on discovering we were only there to look around. On our immediate exit back into the tuk-tuk feeling fairly sheepish for trying to look round, the driver then informed us that ...
... was ambitious (I managed six and a half), five o clock soon rolled around and we were told to give it a rest and come down the pub with everyone else. We weren't sure at first but we decided to be social. Beth, our trainer, sent us on ahead to the place everyone was drinking at, and when we arrived it was clear that we knew no one. There was an awkward moment as we sat with the others who seemed a bit clique-y at first but it didn't take too long for us ...