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... near where he used to live. Street food at its best!! We trusted him with the ordering and rightly so - What a feast!! Ed's super trendy Thai school pal then rocked up in his brand new BMW and took us out for some cocktails! A far cry from the tuk tuk last night. We went to a rooftop bar on the 34th floor of a hotel, and the journey up was like walking through a green narnia, lush jungle plants everywhere, then suddenly out onto an open air ...
... market stalls, cooking stands, storage boxes and the famous Tuck Tuck of course!
18. The HSE hasn't made it to Thailand yet! Case in point: the use of harnesses when working at height (ie five stories above the ground) in the construction industry are clearly a optional extra!
19. A swimming pool can provide the best view in town. Our hotel swimming pool that we used on return from our wandering provided unparalleled views of ...
... br> Travelling is an adventure, theres no point knowing all the finer details until you need too... right?
So Moe and I packed our bags, double checked our flight was on time and hit the road towards the airport.
The flight was an hour late for boarding. We sat patiently in the small boarding gate/cattle range.
We finally boarded the flight and were on our way back to the land of diversity, delicious food and cultural experiences, ...
... corner. The worst scam (that we know about) occurred when we arrived at the Royal Palace. It turns out that the only entrance open to the public is the north gate, yet we arrived on foot from the south. We were met at the south entrance by a well-dressed man who spoke excellent English. He chatted us up and then told us that, regretfully, the palace was closed to tourists for the morning as it was a special Buddhist holiday (it sounded legitimate enough ...