The Ivory Suvarnabhumi Bangkok
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An explore today to see if we can find the area, fairly local to here but not known to us, that our wizened taxi driver brought us through on Saturday when it looked very active with stalls, street food and loads of Indian restaurants. We've not walked in this direction from Jamie's before, new territory!
We find a huge undercover market where their speciality is stalls selling wigs and ...
... few other tourists there. We had a bowl of noodle soup for lunch at the floating market. Third tip - a restaurant 2 minutes from our hotel. P. Kitchen. We ate there last night and had a delicious meal. Ribs, green chicken curry, red prawn curry, coconut ice cream and two beers for the grand total of £12. Now checked out of the Rembrandt and chilling by the pool waiting for our lift to the airport. Bring on Kiwi Land ...
... before leaving the embassy. As it was later in the afternoon I decided to just head straight back to my hotel, got stuck in a little bit of congestion on the train and also on the ferry but thankfully I got a seat which was lucky as there was a wicked sunset that night - one cloud looked like a heart.
Once back to my hotel I packed up everything ready to checkout the next night before having a local dinner before calling it a night - I was leaving Bangkok the next day and I was heading south!
... some sleep and realising I had forgotten to book meals online so we got stuck with the dregs, Jan pointed out quite a few times that we should have booked them online.
Unusual coincidence, there were about 240 passengers and 12 of them were from Grafton (that's 5%) a group of 10 going to Bali and us ............... there might have been a few more but I didn't check every passenger.
We arrived ...
Got on a bus bound for Bangkok leading to a relatively easy 4.5 hour trip, then an hour city bus ride to Banglamphu for 7B.
Check out a few of the new hostels around and then went to visit my favorite streets - Ram Butri and Khaosan to see what has changed over the past ...