Welcome Sawasdee Inn
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I am not sure sleeping upside down on the bed did my neck pain any good. I got up early in search of breakfast and settled for a bowl of rice soup.
As we waited for the bus, I sat talking to a guy from Tokyo had been travelling around India and south east Asia by himself for the last two months. I felt very eager and excited about the next part my journey whereupon I would be travelling all alone. ...
Got up just before 5 and got a taxi to collect mum from airport. Once again I was amazed by the loose rules and regulations of public transport. I got in the taxi just to realise that I have NO seatbelt in the back. Nervously I snuggled into the seat and anchor myself with my feet against the front seat. As we drove of and I woke up more I noticed that neither the driver is wearing his safety ...
... walk of the beautiful golden and mosaic buildings. He was a bit of a joker and also told us about his uneventful quest to find a woman and his love for Harry potter because Harry taught him English, "Harry is legend I love quidditch! Ha ha ha". Our walk around the temple continued through to the grounds of the royal palace and had a look in the textiles museum at all the queens outfits. I thought they were all so beautiful and stylish, Matt loved the museum ...
... the airport and someone came up to me and asked, "What hotel you stay at?" I showed him and he took me to the van to my hotel. Easy as that. The van was flash but had a banged up bumper.....it didn't take me long to realise why. The roads are quite narrow if you are not on the motor way and there are NO rules. It was 2am...On my way to the hotel I saw three people on one moped and about 10 stray dogs with big bushy tails wandering around the streets. When I got back ...
Day 3 - late afternoon
Temperature: 36 Celsius
Weather: hot, blue sky
We were now heading to a Buddhist temple by the name of Wat Arun which translates to the Temple of Dawn named after Aruna, the Indian God of Dawn. Interestingly, all temples in Thailand are called "wat"! Wat and not what! :-)
Sitting majestically on the ...