13 Coins Resort Bangna
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... Bangkok and we were impressed. Their operations were very efficient and the food was even good.
We had salmon and shrimp salad as an appetizer, with an the entree of braised pork belly with rice and roasted baby bok choy. Hale had congee for breakfast, which is a kind of rice porridge and it came with "fish floss." He didn't try it, but I am sure it was as tasty as it sounds.
The truth is though, our ...
... the town. We took the bull by the horns on this one and turned ourselves into punk rockers with matching band shirts, ties, and ridiculous hair and makeup. We cut up our shirts and I put my hair in little spiked pony tails and Justin had a mohawk. All in all, we looked pretty ridiculous but successful in our rock star attempts. Dinner was at an Indian restaurant! Intriguing to be at an Indian restaurant in Thailand? I agree. But it was really fun and so ...
... we took a long-tailed boat upstream to visit the nearby ethnic Mon Tribal Village who are from Burma are not allowed in Thialand, except this piece of land the "Boss of the Resotel and the Floating Hotel has them living on his land and working in the Resotel and the Floating Hotel. The Boss also pays for the children to be schooled in Thialand and provided them with a ute to get to school, he also pays for them to go ...
... and disgust at being swindled within our first few hours of being in Bangkok! Nevertheless, on arrival we discovered that our guesthouse was lovely, so uniquely Thai with dark wooden floors, colourful beads and shoes lined up outside. Up three flights of narrow stairs with backpacks and a guitar and we were shown our room. Basic but clean. We dumped our bags and headed off into the warm, humid night to find the infamous Khoasan Road. This is something not to ...
... home where they would give it a better name and market the **** out of it. Something like - Pork Cradle - succulent pork in a bed of crispy salad and a dashing of spicy sweet and sour sauce. Isn't that better than spicy pig's womb? Becky and I went for rice with a plate of sweet and sour pork ribs instead. We'll leave the womb to the Thais. When we got home I actually sat down and did some writing. It wasn't much, maybe 400 words at a push, but I guess that's better than ...