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... more than 200,000 visitors come here to sift through the goods on offer. Veteran shoppers would agree that just about everything is on sale here, although not all at the best bargain rates.
Although it's impossible to name all, the selection of goods being offered at Chatuchak can be roughly divided into 11 categories: clothing and accessories, handicrafts, ceramics, furniture and home decoration, food and beverage, plants and gardening tools, art and gallery, pets and ...
... hate the world sometimes). The rest made me feel much more human. I had to check into a different hostel as there wasn't room at our previous one. I shared a dorm with a silent guy who had a baffling moisturising routine and even blow dried his hair. Meanwhile I sat contemplating whether it was worth a shower as I would just end up sweaty again anyway! Tomorrow we will begin our journey to Cambodia, it is set to be a long day but I am excited to get there and see what the next adventure ...
We decided to go on a hunt for cider. No where sells it and no one seems to have heard of it so we decided to Google and venture out.
Taking the train to a stop Google had earlier instructed us to go to we left the station with one mission FIND CIDER!!
We spend just over half an hour in the heat walking down a very straight and long road. Every ...
... It was interesting to see the airport in China, it was dark when we had to stop there last month. There were guards in white uniforms at several places along the road between where the airplane landed and the terminal. Of course there the flag of China was flying everywhere, When the plane landed, a shuttle bus met us to take us to our terminal. First class passengers were met by a van with comfortable seats. We chatted with a couple from Powell River while we ...
... last, a real **** hole, but cheap, and perfect if on a budget and on your own. But seeing as there were two of us we headed over to where I've always stayed, the Siam Oriental. Its always been cheap, right in the middle of the street, a dump, but a clean one, with private showers, so between us it worked out at only little bit more than the other place.
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