The Ivory Suvarnabhumi Bangkok
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... Airport in Bangkok. Welcome to the humidity. I get through Customs and the baggage checks pretty quickly and walk into the Arrivals Hall – I find Scott, Brad and Charlie and sigh a big relief because I thought I would have missed them. Turns out they went pretty slow through Customs which allowed me some time to catch up.
Met up with Charlie and we headed into Bangkok in his fairly new Toyoto van (very clean); dropped Scott and Brad off at the ...
This morning I woke up and I read an article about why children of "generation Y" are so deluded. It was a little bit of a slap to the face that early in the morning, but as much as I wanted to deny it, the truths were glaringly obvious, especially within the Western culture where we're all treated to films that idolise a protagonist that becomes something special. Even drama films these days so rarely follow a narrative that doesn't end with a happily ever after. It got ...
... morning, which means it was rush hour in Bangkok. The trains were jam packed, and I had to get on with my backpack. I almost panicked for a bit, and considered taking a taxi. But the roads were bound to be packed as well. It is at times like these as a solo traveller that you have to take a few deep breaths to prevent yourself from making a wrong decision. I decided to let a few trains go, and then as soon as I saw some space in one of the trains I pushed my way ...
... to get to certain places was by a river boat shuttle. We hopped on the shuttle to get to the SkyTrain, which is their metro train system, and rode it to Siam Square. It resembled Times Square, although it was much smaller and didn't have as many naked cowboys. It did, however, have public dancers. One old man in particular started busting out his moves in the middle of the square almost out of nowhere. He was ...
... this to a few more people. The local bus looked like it was about 50 years old and sounded like a tank, with wooden floors and probably the biggest gear stick I have ever seen. We couldn’t work out how we were supposed to pay for it, so in the end we didn’t...!
When we finally got to Khao San Road, it was like walking around a European city. The place was absolutely packed with tourists of every age range. This is currently the ...