Welcome Sawasdee Inn
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... from there. - People queue in ridiculously straight lines at Skytrain stations. - Busses have 'knee mirrors' (see pic for explanation). - All Ronald McDonald statues have 'namaste poses'. - A typical Thai house is built by joining several built houses together. - The Banyan Tree hotel offers fantastic views over the Bangkok nighttime and glasses lean like the leaning tower of Pisa. Now, for a 10 day break in Vietnam, time to get immersed in ...
... teddy bear. So cute. I chilled on the bean bags in the hostel for a bit and ended up going to bed around midnight as i had an early start the next morning. I can say my couple of days in Bangkok was really good and i used the time well. I also recommended to the people i met to go to the floating market which i have seen before. They are going in the morning. I'm really looking forward to moving on now. Bangkok was ...
Although I was glad to see the back of Bangkok, the 8 hour bus, 2 hour wait then 2 hour ferry didn't seem too appealing. Our plans had somehow gone from a 1 hour flight to Phuket to a 12 hour journey to Koh Tao that I wasn't completely convinced about. Waking up 20 mins before checkout, due to the inability to resist a 3 for 2 bucket offer the night before, meant a lot of stress and flustering as I tried to cram everything back into my now ...
... grocery store (yeah, living in Los Angeles does have SOME advantages) but they had carried it years ago, it never sold, they weigh 10 lbs apiece and so were discontinued long before I inquired.
I thought it would be fun to bring a pan back during a recent trip to Bangkok. Around the corner from my hotel was a very friendly motherly woman who set up her khanom krok stand every morning. After a couple of visits during the course of my stay I ...
... headed out for lunch on Soi 55 (Thonglor)
We ate at the amazing little thai hole in the wall under Jodi and Khengs work.
Enjoying delicious local thai food for next to nothing.
Heading back to the hotel with full stomachs, we did a little more research and lazed around.
Dinner was also Thai. Returning to a restaurant we frequented last time we were in Bangkok we enjoyed yummy Penang curry, chicken satay and other typical Thai dishes.