The Fusion Suites Bangkok
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... There was everything from fruit to fish all on little tables at the side of the road. In the middle of the market was a train line which we could hardly see as the markets produce covered the tracks, our guide who Kerry nicknamed Elvis said that when the train comes all of the the food gets moved out of the way just in time for the train to pass then gets put back again moments after.
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Once completed we took a tour of the back canals of Bangkok and looked at some of the poorer neighbourhoods. The boys were amazed that people swam and washed in the canal water.
We then took the skytrain to JK Weekend market. 35 acres of markets with 5000 stalls and visited by 200 000 people a day. A very easy place to get lost in. We did manage to get them all back.
... at the bar and ended up staying there the rest of the night (Well til 11:30 in time for curfew! Haha) drinking and chatting. We sampled some of scorpions on the food market.. Interesting taste. They taste like fishy pork scratchings. They are v chewy. Had a brilliant night tonight and James and I have already been talking about how a month might not be enough.. If only we could change our flights ;) Night. ...
... luxurious looking, the small river cruise ship appeared comfortable enough and nicely decorated with floral arrangements along the buffet tables.
And guess what?
Lunch was included onboard and comprised of a hot and cold buffet of delightful oriental and western cuisines. And no, I didn’t have any ...
Almost one week of Thailand is already behind me. It was a week of discovering how to travel alone. And in fact, I have not been alone at all. As soon as I arrived in my first hostel in Bangkok, I met a lot of people. The hostel, owned by three brothers, was a nice place to start my journey. It was rather small, and because of the lounge easy to get in contact with others. Bangkok is a huge city with different faces. Of course you have the touristic area, with a lot of shops where ...