Bangkok Rama Hotel
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... 20 minutes we were outside again.
The lady pointed us on our flight date, the visa will take about 6 working days so we have to change our flights. No problem miss, thank you. One big theater but we gave them what they asked for.
now waiting and some days to spend in Bangkok and North of Thailand.
We went out for a day to visit the Meklong train market and Amphawa floating market. You can book a tour in Bangkok but on ourselfes we hoped ...
... with her. We found ourselves in this dark club with half naked girls parading themselves on this stage, all with numbers attached. We later found out that this is how the guys in the club ask for them to speak to, buys drinks for and whatever else they pay for. Being the only 'normal' girls in there, everyone was staring at us and shouting 'waaaaaaaaaay'. They sat us right at the front of these girls, didn't know where to look!!! The music was good so we stayed ...
... is split into two halves so we had some new people joining our group for the southern part of the trip). We all went out to Kho San Road after the meeting to get some food and drink. The restaurants were really bad though and we kept changing out minds about where to eat. It was so crowded everywhere and we didn't stay late because we have to be up early for the floating market ...
... coke! It didn't leave much to the imagination! A few Changs, samba and a bucket later: we were dancing in the streets with loads of people from all over the world! We befriended a German girl and a Brazilian who tried to teach me how to break dance (it didn't end well) As a result, I was hungover all of the next day and couldn't stomach food or drink for 24hours! Poor Nurse Joe had to look after ...
... we went……looking for some action!
And we didn’t have to go very far for some; the minute we stepped out of the hotel, there it was waiting for us right across the street from where we stood! We were hassled….but in gentle and pleasant manner…..by several Thais showing big white smiles while asking us to take a ride in one of their colorful tuk-tuks.