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So after checking in and finally getting a few hours sleep we showered and went to meet our group - 16 girls, mostly from England and all around the same age. We were gutted at first about it being all girls but they're all really genuinely lovely so now we're quite pleased. Our group leader is called 'hazaaa' (no I'm not making that up) and is a crazy Thai lady who ...
... planned our day,
and we were off to who knows where! But... it turned out to be a wonderful blessing because it helped us to learn how to utilize the Tuk-Tuks to get around Bangkok.
Tuk Tuks are insane. After riding in the Tuk Tuks we've come to understand that traffic laws
in Thailand are really more...just loose guidelines. Multiple times, we were driving into head-on traffic and dodging motorbikes, ...
... would be royally screwed. I don't honestly see why Air Asia can't just tell you the airport when you book. We spoke to an information lady who told us to go to LCCT. She wasn't the most reassuring though and we booked our tickets with big doubts in our mind. The whole way there we wondered if we were going to the right place. If we in fact arrived to the wrong airport there would not be enough time to get to the correct one. Thankfully today was a lucky day and we located our flight ...
... I'm hungry and I'm hoping I will have the guts to get something from the food stalls in Chinatown for once. I'm surprised I don't have to pee just yet! My driver said he would pick me up at around 3-3:30 where he left me.
Let's see what this experience will teach me... I'm kind of just glad I don't have to think too much for myself. Hope it doesn't make me poor
... the train station at 3pm.
We've done a lot of border crossings, but I have to say without a doubt that Laos-Thailand via train is the most painful and unpleasant. Here's how it goes: You take a bus or flag a tuk-tuk to go 45 minutes out of town to Vientiane's Thanaleng Station (because really, why put your border crossing station somewhere EASY TO GET TO, and why bother making transport out there easy), for the 5pm train over the Friendship Bridge (the ...