Varindavan Park Serviced Residence
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... a very small part of a very large crowd. After awhile we had completely lost track of where we were, everywhere we turned just led to new alleyways and new streets that seemed to stretch on endlessly in every direction. It was an odd feeling to be completely lost in a foreign place and yet feel as if we weren't lost at all. Great thing about Bangkok is that a tuk-tuk is always a wave away. We decided it was time to head on to ...
So I survived Bangkok, just..... Bars, drinks, dancing and 5 people in a tuk tuk was just some of the crazy. The tour group are amazing. All solo travellers and all around same age. We met at the hotel and after introductions we went for dinner - funnily enough at the same place I found on first night. After dinner we all piled into tuk tuks and we headed back to Khoasan. The street was even more lively during the evening - believe it or ...
... walkway. You couldn't help not to laugh at this large jovial man dancing away to country music as he was mixing up paella. We watched locals line up to get a picture with him, including many guys. Everyone just loved how jolly he was even though it was about 40 degrees out and we was wearing heavy clothes over a boiling propane stove. We spent our evening enjoying some more delicious thai food before hopping on our first over night budget train. A first time for us ...
Today we had to leave this golden land and the Anderman Sea. We'll miss the smell of chilli in the smoking woks, the smiling people, the warm sea and sun shine. We spent the morning on the beach and swam in the very rough sea and Chrissie got tumbled about in the waves but she said it did her sinuses a lot of good and cleared her head. All very invigorating.
After lunch on the beach we had a shower and went by taxi to the airport. It was nice ...
... the restaurant located right next to the reception’s desk! Being empty, we settled in a corner and all sat down around a long rectangular table.
It didn’t take long before he introduced himself as Likhit but was quick to say, call me "Kit"! As for his last name, don’t ask…..it had 19 letters of the alphabet made up mostly of vowels.
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