Travel Blogs from Bangkok
We got back on the boat and went to Ratchawongse Pier for China Town and Little India. The heat, the people and the endless stalls of tourist tat took their toll and we decided we had seen enough China Towns and Little Indias on our travel to not need to go there. We went for lunch instead at a local food stall. Vegetable Pad Thai was tasty and we got chatting to 2 English girls.
Back on the boat again and we returned to where we had got on. We took the ...
... think I would get it in time. Luckily I got back before they close at 12.30 and this time I didn't have a photo copy of my passport, so leg it again to get copy. Lucky the sheila behind the counter took pity on me, or it was my charm and animal magnetism, and she said to come straight back to the front and not line up again. Visa is now applied for so I gotta book a ticket cos she said the border is closed. ...
... out Cowboy Soi. Drinks were sooo much more expensive this side of Bangkok, i think the most expensive we were charged was 170 baht a beer! We decided to bail out early and let Baz & Shaun carry on late into the night with the gogo girls haha, we ordered a club sandwich from the safety of our hotel room and called it a night - Philippines tomorrow!
The next morning, we were up early for a dip in the pool before check out time. ...
... so just chillin', watching T.V. and putting up our last adventure photos online. Dean organised late check-out for us, so we can stay until 2 instead of 12. Excellent. That's about when we needed to leave, anyway. We've got our bags packed early, so just chillin', watching T.V. and putting up our last adventure photos online. We were able to have a midday shower too, before being on the flight ...
Sleep at Oriental Residence Bangkok
Eat lunch at The Reflexions
Go visit Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun)
Eat dinner at Steve Cafe & Cuisine
Go to Damnoen Saduak and sleep at Maikaew Damnoen Resort