Bungsamran Fishing Resort
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After my interesting choices at breakfast all washed down with fresh mandarin orange juice we went on the tourist river boat and decided to get off when the hostess announced something which took our fancy. It was difficult trying to decipher her 'Thai English' from the back of the boat but we heard flowers so that's where we headed. The fruit and vegetable market followed by the flower market and then ...
... even better than the two scuba dives I'd done the previous day. The fish were such bright colours and I spotted a white-eyed eel peering out from under a rock which was really cool too, as I'd only really seen things like that when scuba diving. We visited places like this by taking the famous longtail Thai taxi-boats, all with bright ribbon and flowers at the front where Thai's believe buddha sits to keep them safe. The days were running away with me and before I knew it I needed ...
... Road - a busy, noisy, lively, never sleeping part of Bangkok where upscale shopping malls peacefully co-exist with stalls of street vendors selling counterfeit goods...where luxury hotels are side by side with the go-go bars (Nana Plaza is here...and so is Soi Cowboy...if it rings a bell)...where locals, expatriates and tourists all intermingle...restaurants, massage ...
We all woke up early and had our last breakfast together. After filling our selves up on the amazing buffet we headed out. We waited at reception to catch the hotels free tuk tuk service to the train station. But because we were 3 minutes late, the driver would not take us because he was too lazy. Cerys was there checking out before 8.45 and the tuk tuk did not even leave. In the end we have up and decided to walk. It only took us 15 minutes to walk to the station. We ...
... how inappropriate we were in our shorts and t-shirts. It turns out we were required to wear long trousers and sleeves to the elbow in 35' heat to enter! I am being sarcastic of course we appreciate the expectations in line with the Buddhist beliefs so we agreed to go back the day after before our onward journey to Ayutthaya. We continued our exploration around old Bangkok with a walk down to the river and around a local street market, making sure we made ...