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Hi all Just a quick note to say I'm headed back home later today. I've enjoyed thailand a lot and I'm glad I saw parts that not all visitors see such as the east in ubon ratchathani. I would of liked a little more biking but did enjoy the biking I got in. It's a great way to see a country. I got list many times when I made it to the next city but I …
It's Heather with a quick update on our 2 night stay in Bangkok as we returned to Thailand. We started our trip in Thailand three months ago, visiting towns in the north. Now, it was time to head south - we're going island hopping in Thailand! After an uneventful flight from Hanoi we arrived in Bangkok and had an easy time going through customs/immigration. We also felt pretty savvy as we bargained a good rate for a cab to our guesthouse. Actually, it was a ...
... Gonzalo and I ate kebab on the street which was actually quite risky but we felt so sorry for that 12-year-old Thai girl who was selling food on the street completely by herself that we couldnīt resist. The particular ingredients didnīt look fresh at all, but surprisingly we didnīt get sick.
Day 5: May 20, 2014
It was our last day in Bangkok and our small group split up. I couldnīt have left Bangkok without visiting the Grand Palace complex (including ...
... arrived here, it was really daunting and overwhelming. Your getting scammed left,right & centre by every local you meet. But once you get into the swing of things you fall in love. All in all Bangkok's craziness and atmosphere was epic! As I'm writing this I'm on a 12 hour train ride through the beautiful country side to Chiang Mai, (with nick sleeping on my shoulder) and I litterly can't wait for what it has to offer! Nick will update after the next adventure there :) ...
... would have taken longer for us to take our bags off than just walking across!
We checked into the hotel which we got for 700 Baht, Ģ14 for the 2 of us including a very average breakfast. We freshened up and decided to hop onto a bus and head for Khao San Road for a stroll!
And that's when all the fun began!It was the first day of the SongKran festival. Which is when they celebrate Thai new year. They do this by having a party and a water fight.....2 minutes of being ...