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... drivers trying to get you to take their tours or lots of bars trying to get you in for your beer with breakfast. So then we headed towards the Golden Mount - an artificial hill built in the city with a temple on the top. The views were good but we could probably have done without the clanging of the 60 odd bells positioned around the path - apparently you can't just clang one - you gotta clang them all!! After coming back down we found a small passenger canal ...
... with a lady over an umbrella, but she first quoted 180 Baht and would only go down to 170 which was almost the same as what I'd pay in the US so I walked away (1 USD is currently 32 Baht). I saw a lady begging who had only red sockets where her eyes should go which was fairly disturbing. I found a little food court because at this point it was almost 1 PM and all I'd had to eat all day was that glass of orange juice. I ended up finding a place where I could ...
... Whilst almost every backpacker who goes through Thailand will, most probably, find there way on to that famous strip at one time in their journey, it is not a place that I wanted to stay for long.It is the best place to see most of the sights such as Wat Po, the home of the huge reclining Buddha, and the grounds of Grand Palace. My favourite part of Bangkok.My advice. Do not stay too long. See what you want and move on quickly.
... the “Lebua At State Tower”, a mere ten minute walk from here or five minute by tuk-tuk!
I guess I could have walked to go there but……that wouldn’t have been as fun and exciting as riding in one of those tuk-tuks! Right! So, a deal was struck and money exchanged hands!
Now, you’re probably wondering why did I wanted to go to the “Lebua At ...
as the Vipassana
course came to its conclusion all the participants started talking among
themselves. No particular encouragement was needed for people to start talking
to each other, no matter that they didn’t
know each other at all. After all 10 days of complete silence is a good reason
and motivation to talk to any one. `but you also want to share your experience
and listen to the other peoples’ experience. Did others feel like I ...