The Ivory Suvarnabhumi Bangkok
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So here we are in Bangkok at 1am Saturday morning totally wide awake even though I have only slept for 4 of the last 30 hours. Welcome to jet lag and we are only half way home. Left Barcelona on Thursday night for our 2 hour flight to Vienna. Then we had to run the full length of the airport plus deal with immigration as our next flight had already boarded. Anyway finally got on for our 10 hour flight to Bangkok. We all just dosed on the flight ...
... mall. This was the older sister to Fifth ave, the Mecca of all holy places, the champs élysées of South east Asia. Every single designer I have ever and never heard of was inside this mall PLUS a department store that puts Saks to shame (sorry). It was then that I decided I should drop out of school and start working immediately if my shopping addiction escalates like this (but I actually had to stop myself - I really really have no room in ...
... free food, got our taxi from the airport to the hostel and we were greeted with open arms back into the nicest hostel ever! That was pretty much our day as after we were knackered and just went for dinner at the best taco place that gave out free crisps with a salsa bar! We spent the rest of the night chilling with people in the hostel and making use of the theatre ...
... a drink which turned into a few buckets and met some weird Danish and Chinese couple who gave me a maggot to eat (one and only adventurous snack of the trip and it was horrible!). We got home at about 4 and with alarms set for 6.45 to get our bus in the morning we didn't have the sleep catch up we probably needed but a great first night in ...
... br> gold images to offer what appeared to be public confessionals.
Then, a visit to a near-by structure was equally valuable.
One floor up in a free-standing bell tower , we discovered four large drums, and a man moved to the strike to the bell with a small wooden pole. That seem to complement with a call to prayers heard in Arabic nearly at the same time.
Amid our walk through the maze, we came across a ...