Soho Bar & Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
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The bus journey took about 11 hours and was fairly pleasant. On arrival, we took a taxi to our respective hostels with a plan to meet later on. The hostel was huge and obviously very new, most jobs half finished, the beds were very comfortable and clean. After a good snooze, we headed into town. Walking down the street …
... night clubs all pumping american rap songs. it's so hilarious. i come all this way for culture, and they're playing the same music i could hear in cleveland. got my dance on, drank sangsom & cokes from a bucket, ate approximately 2 street kebabs & road a tuk tuk home in the rain. keepin' it classy 'til i die. the end. day eighteen / rain & markets: another low key afternoon. went to a cute treehouse restaurant with two girls from my room. waitress picked ...
... a desert. We had a few options to choose from for each of the five categories. We choose different things from each menu so we can widen our skills and cook ourselves a nice thai banquet for when we are feeling food sick from Thailand. We learnt to cook chicken satay, spring rolls, thai soups, green and yellow curry, pad thai, chicken cashewnut, mango sticky rice and Thai pancakes. Each dish was extremely tasty but the best meal was my yellow curry and ...
... the Summer Palace. From what I remember, King "something" VI had this palace constructed as a grounds for him and other royalty to go to in the summer. This palace was particularly interesting because each building on the grounds was a gift to the King from a different country. For instance, one of his sleeping quarters was a traditional Chinese dynasty style house, which was next to an italian style bridge and pavilion. The grounds had about 26 different ...
... at the side of the roads with hoses and water guns again spraying unlucky victims. If you are really unlucky you'll come across someone with a giant hose and then it's
game over. Don't expect to keep anything dry so if it can't get wet don't take it out with you. Most stores sell water proof pockets to hang around your neck for the bare necessities but if you don't want to get ...