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... care and she would see me tomorrow. The bus cost me 7 baht. This is about 13p - a huge difference from the tuktuk ride there. Buses are a lot slower too so I managed to see lots of temples and monuments along the way. Managed to get to my hostel with ease (I'm getting good at this) and met some new people in my dorm who I will venture out with tonight and then will meet Dhang and her niece tomorrow so I can imagine tomorrows post being an interesting ...
I had a Mcdonalds on the first day here oops! I just needed something to fill me up and I'm not the biggest fan of Thai food, although I haven't really given it chance yet. I also had the most amazing pizza last night! Khaosan road is so much fun! At night even more shops come selling absolutely everything, the bars play all sorts of fun music and the street fills with crazy dancing hippy travellers. We've been having naps in the afternoon to make up ...
... the people we met from Brisbane, boarded the train for their their flight back to Australia. Waynette and Jo talked the entire hour to the airport and, as before, I helped Jim retrieve his snow boards from the overhead rack. We agreed to meet in Brisbane for dinner in early March.
Our flight out of Tokyo was somewhat bumpy and we encountered turbulence several times. Nearly seven hours laters, we touched down in Bangkok ...
... However it turned out to be not scary at all except for the large quantity of people crammed onto the train. I then got to meet my new group who I will be travelling with through Cambodia for the next 10 days. Our group consists of 11 of us mostly Aussies from Sydney which is funny as well as 2 girls from russia but everyone seems really cool, and everyone is quite close in my age so I think we will have alot of fun. Our guide is called sky, a local from Cambodia who seems ...
... on at the time, these were quite peaceful, so much so that when we found ourselves walking through them we thought we were at some festival.
A night out on our old favourite Soi 11 on Sukhumvit Road was just what we needed. Met some interesting people from Switzerland, Germany and Israel, ended up in the Australian bar until the early hours.
Next stop TBC ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBella Bella House Bangkok
Good place for the money. Currently it's 350bht for a dbl with a fan and shared toilet. Clean and they provide towels. Internet is good and only 10bht for 20 minutes. Roughly 2 USD an hour.
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