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... and Laos, we didn't have to pay. Through the border we waited for our transport, and after 30 minutes we were on a mini-bus Bangkok bound. Arriving at 7pm, we quickly bartered and got a reasonable price for a taxi to our hotel. A technique I had used before of laughing at their first ridiculous offer worked again and they came down to a reasonable price. I feel for those who pay what they first ask. The hotel wasn't bad for the night and fit our needs - ...
... of this coup.
Eating brekky at 9.45am was becoming a great habit.
After another mediocre bacon and eggs and a check up on the latest to do with the coup we walked across the street and using by best Thai accent bought two caffe yens (Thai iced coffees) off of a street vendor.
Returning to the hotel we did a little more research into our next destination, Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand. After a bit of ...
Cool day. Me and Donna were eager to get out the hostel after our wasted day yesterday, so after hitting up the cheap hostel breakfast decided upon dusit zoo. There's loads of animal things here and in Chang Mai but I've avoided them as reviews had said the animals looked drugged, but all reviews for this place looked good so we headed over. Easier said then done. The first struggle was with the taxi driver to take us ...
Up at 5:00 with the alarm and down for breakfast just before 6:00 when they open.
By 6:45 we have checked-out and are in a taxi on our way to the airport at Suvarnabhumi. The last time I made this journey in January the traffic was unbelievable with the protestors blocking some roads and one of the major river bridges closed but this morning we are there in about 35mins.
Check-in at 7:45 for BA0010, 11:15 departure for London.
... sites are comparatively free of demonstrators this morning and it looks like some traffic lanes are open that were formerly blocked.? I had a nice farewell dinner with robins and Helen where discussed a wide range of topics. Life and politics and man women relationships are complicated across culture, time and circumstances. I advocate doing as little harm as possible and ...