Feung Nakorn Balcony Rooms & Cafe
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... with noodle dishes selling for around £1, and tuk tuks willing to give tours of the city for as little as 20 bath (40p!)- Value Cabs should take a leaf out of these lads' books!! We also managed to squeeze in a little bit of culture, exploring the temples and a monk monastery during our time here.
3 nights in Bangkok is enough for now, and we are making our way down to the Thai Islands via a sleeper train, bus, and boat to catch a bit of beach life!
I was up early and sorted my stuff out. Checked out of the hotel and thanked the Receptionist who was always helpful and friendly. He organised me a Songthaew to get to Pattaya North Bus Station that cost B200.
I bought a ticket to Morchit Bangkok for B134. I thought brekkie would be a good idea whilst waiting for the bus - so ate a local bus station restaurant. I had Thai Green Chicken ...
... lorded over the country for so long; their love for Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of the pro-democracy opposition, recently released (reluctantly) by the regime; how they love the new prosperity and freedom (relative to what they had before) afforded by economic liberalisation in the last three years, new cars, phones, clothes and generally much more money and a better way of living. It's still a poor country but it's getting better. One of the greatest things about our ...
To make matters worse, construction was in the works just in front of the hotel which brought chaos all around by slowing things down. We were now in the Chinatown part of Bangkok, part of the city where many local street vendors cooked anything and everywhere along the streets. Surrounded by fumes of passing by cars, ...
Asia feels closer than it is. Sarah Palin notoriously thought she could view it from her bathroom window. But in fact it is so far away that the quickest way to get there from North America is to FLY OVER THE ******NED NORTH POLE.
I am not kidding. Six months of darkness. Outside temperature? -88º F. I can see Santa from here!
The Pacific Ocean is so unimaginably wide ...