Town in Town Hotel Bangkok
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... danger of damage to kidneys. So we have no idea what we do now. We both just want to pack up and come home - but our hands are tied due to insurance and release from hospital before an airline will take us.
I left the hospital around 7- did not get back to hotel until 8.30 - traffic chaos.
At the hotel I was greeted with - "you were meant to check out today as your booking had ended." What the......... - explained ...
... s version of a service station. Up till now, I have been surprisingly lucky when it comes to toilets. I haven't seen a toilet worse than those in China. But then I came here. It was nothing more than a whole in the ground with a bucket and water scupper for flushing. The smell of course wasn't exactly the freshest smell in the world either, good thing I packed hand sanitizer and I pocketed a loo roll from the hotel.
When stopping for road side services in Asia ...
... to the brilliant elephants! We're having a little recuperation now after our busy two days this evening before going out for dinner and drinks (possibly watching the Liverpool match; Chelsea still can't escape football despite being on the other side of the world.) Tomorrow we're going to take a 'Tuk-Tuk' (a bicycle taxi) to the reclining Buddha temple and the Grand Palace. We're not exactly sure what is there but we've been told it's definitely worth ...
... the freshly cooked dishes. I spent most days here on the beach, alternating between swimming and reading. It was pure bliss. Amy and I hired scooters one day and rode around the island, I think the coastline is around 25km long so you can easily see it all in one day and it was nice to see Thai communities and schools along the way. We visited the old town where there's a couple of small piers and restaurants on wooden stilts leaning out over the water a few feet high. In the ...
... painting and if you showed the least bit of interest, the merchant would haul your long tail with a hooked stick and bring you closer to their merchandise. If you asked the price, they would punch it in their calculators and wait for your reaction. All our reactions were always "oooooohhhh too much" in which they would always respond by "ok, how much you pay?". Unless we were genuinely interested, we would not counter offer (unlike what Eugene would do in Egypt!). I grabbed a ...