Vincent'S Restaurant & The 7 Rooms
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... contained "No meat, No Seafood"!!
Tomorrow is our last scuba class before we head off for our open water sessions next weekend. We will be heading to a diving area about 2 hours away from Bangkok and are really looking forward to the experience. Peanut will be staying with our friends who are considering getting a dog and will use this opportunity to "test drive" life with a dog. They have two young daughters so I suspect Peanut will be spoiled rotten!
... and the gang were still, mostly, raring to go. Allison and Anushca wanted to dance so we headed over to a nearby club called the Australian where I sat with a coke and watched Tottenham fail to score a goal again whilst everyone else hit the dance floor. Once the game was finished I was quite ready to head home - especially as we didn't get back until nearly three in the morning. All in all it was an awesome day with an awesome group of people and I wouldn't have changed it for ...
... to spend the 2 weeks with.
We barely slept on our overnight flights to Bangkok and arrived this morning pretty dazed (our hostel is pretty cool - brightly painted shipping container dorms). But, we avoided the temptation of a nap and went straight out to the weekend market on the Sky Train. It was mental, and full of tourists and knock off stuff (as you'd expect). I managed to restrain myself from buying too much fake gear but it was still worth going just ...
... one way ticket) enabled us to hop on and off.
Brought back the memories having used this form of transport on both my previous ...
... persuaded Mike to go on that trip with me. Driving in the chaotic traffic in Bangkok is a challenge but a suicidal driver doesn't help. We were very glad when we got back to the hotel in one piece after the tour. The market is about 60 miles west of the city and we saw rice fields and oil palm plantations along the way.
Damnoen Saduak these days is nothing but a show put on for tourists. ...