The Boss's Place
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... costing 700 baht it really isn't backpacker friendly. This is about £13, which would make it an expensive cocktail back home, but in Thailand it is a ridiculous amount of money!
After being on the islands for so long I had forgotten just now crazy, busy, smelly and amazing Bangkok and it was nice to see a few more sites before heading off to Myanmar.
I've been a bit slow in ...
... but quiet at night and clean. I just hope everywhere is the same.
There are so many different sides to Bangkok, run down streets with little Thai ladies making amazing meals on the streets for less than a pound next to skyscrapers and designer shops.
The food has been amazing so far, my favourite place so far being a place selling roti, an Indian bread and curry. I think the main reason I ...
... on the hour from Emporium shopping centre (and returns on the hour from the hospital ) - a 20 minute walk from hotel. Was relatively cool this morning- but you do have to have your wits about you all the time - traffic turns on you even when lights are for you to walk, very watchful for pick pockets, pavements are dodgy - very rough - so not the most relaxing of walks!
Emporium doesn't open until 10 - so went upstairs at ...
... plane is rumbling along and slowly gaining speed for take off. It tilts skywards and we feel our weight pushed back into the seat. The wheels lift and the rumbling stops.
My rumbling stops now too. I look forward to sharing some time with you soon dear reader and you can rest assured that, as you have already read about our trip, you will be spared the boring holiday stories!Thanks for traveling with us, it's been a blast!
... the 'fairy trees ' in Ireland. ( single hawthorn trees in the middle of a field) We spent the afternoon doing a walkabout with our guide Narissa, meeting up with the different ele family groups. The elephants here don't work at all and many of them are recuperating from land mine injuries. So they spend their days eating, bathing in the river and socialising. We spent much of the time sitting in the shade , very close indeed, and learned to interpret their actions and noises. ...