The Dynasty Hotel
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... that it should only take 30 minutes. He insists its a traffic jam and we tell him to just keep driving. This feels like another scam because he wants to take us to the river taxi rather than take us all the way to the temple that is our destination. We clear the first traffic jam in a matter of minutes and we cruising at a respectable speed under the BTS SkyTrain along Sukhumvit. At some point, I notice that our driver has turned off the main road and ...
... So we left and walked about before having a subway, it was filling and enough to keep us going. After this we looked about the market before making our way back towards the hotel through the red light area near NaNa train station we had a beer in the Irish Bar before going on to the hotel, stopping off at our local the 'Relax Pub' for a bite to eat chips and spring rolls. After this it was straight down the road via the motorbike ...
... to get a little bit of context for all the ruins and temples everywhere. The museum was pretty good but the performance had us both falling asleep in the first 20 minutes! It started with a nice dance, where the dancers bend their fingers back at crazy angles, but the theatre parts after that were quite longwinded and a bit static. It would definitely have helped if we could speak Thai!
We had a bit of trouble finding our way into central Suphanburi to find a hotel, ...
... that suited us so we walked around a bit further and decided to go to MoChit station, where the Chatuchak weekend market was going on. This is Thailand's largest market and has up to 200,000 visitors each day (sat or sun).
We would certainly find some nice food there, and we did.
The market itself was a bit disappointing. It was really large but I could not see anything at one of the 15000 stalls that I would want to buy.
Luckily Sharon was not in the shopping ...
... floor is designated a product type whether it be fashion, technology or even cars. On the 4th floor of the Paragon centre is 4 or 5 luxury car showrooms. God knows how they get the cars in there. Would be fun to drive the Ferrari round bluewater though. I went down to the amazing food court and sampled a couple of small bits, just going to this mall got me thinking about my previous night where I completely disagreed with how big the sex trade is out here and feeling sorry ...