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... to scam tourists by claiming an area is closed to the public and offering to take you elsewhere – one guy told us the Royal Palace was closed until later and he would take us on a tour and bring us back here when it opened again. Unfortunately for him we already knew about this trick and could also see people going in and out while he spoke to us.
We did a little bit of shopping in the markets along Khao San and surrounding streets, ...
... overrun with crowds and tour guides and we decide to avoid it in favour of some last minute shopping in Khao San Road...after all there is still space in the case!! I love this area - its loud and frenetic by night but during the day it is a bit more relaxed with plenty of dining and drinking opportunities.
We decide to end our trip with one more foot massage which we really needed after all the traipsing around in our flip flops. Pure heaven!
... caught his toe on the corner of a chair and oh-so-nearly fell into the pool.Ben had left us in the lovely company of Jake a young guy who I had met here last year when he had just moved out from the Uk. He has now settled in well and like many others is not likely to be going back to the Uk any time soon.We leave the party and head home on the Skytrain. Back for some home cooked massaman and a few more episodes of Breaking Bad. John and I are amongst the very few on ...
... paper (as we learned the hard way), soap for hand washing is also hit and miss and when available it is usually thinned to water, and there is often only a communal towel for drying. In spite of this, there is almost always a hand shower spray in the toilet stalls. Who uses those?
Air pollution controls and recycling are non-existent. It is simply generally dirtier. Since the tap water is not potable, millions of bottles of water are consumed and ...
... shaft. It was more of a dessert dish as it was pretty sweet (I think they used Red Bean and Coconut milk).
Not including groceries we spent a total of about $25 for 2 meals for 2 people along with 2 Cokes and 3 beers.
The city had turned the roads to Central World into essentially pedestrian routes for the big New Years countdown. The streets were bicall closed to allow for all the people streaming to the square Exceptions were made for ...