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... and a subsequent static-filled phone call was enough to make it all click that I had arrived on my journey. Shortly thereafter I took a cab to my hotel and remembered that I arrived at the end of the Thai new year celebration. I had read that the holiday is celebrated by a huge waterfight, so when I started to see pick up trucks with 10 kids in the back all armed with buckets of water and supersoakers, I was relieved to be inside a cab. Once I was in ...
... white marble steps that lead you to an open air hotel foyer where the visual assault of solid white marble is replaced by water in a reflective pool of similar grandeur to the stairs. We are met by one of the staff, Joe who ushers us to sit in the foyer at the largest wooden tables I have ever seen. A single piece of low-lying timber measuring about 2 meters wide and 10 meters long perfectly placed in the centre of the foyer providing a transition point between marble and water. ...
... shouldn't say that, there were some interesting and nice things. They had a young theatre group performing a stage play on an open stage, for all to see. See video. There was like a shoot out between these young kids on who could break dance the best. They also had a very good food area, where you buy coupons and go buy tastes of different foods at each stalls. These markets are only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.
... scooter) cut up her leg pretty bad because she got dragged with her bike. They got it all sorted out that night though by the police. The police made them go to the hospital with the injured woman and then after they assessed how much money it was going to be they just agreed on a price for them to pay her. It wasn't technically their fault, but because they are foreigners they took the blame. They ended up having to only pay like 7000 baht ($235ish) for ...
... as the festival got under way.
After a few days we ventured across the road to find out what all the fuss was about. It was a hive of activity, with vendors selling everything from a variety of local foods, to dried jellyfish, to a mish mash of cups and saucers, shoes and clothing. We appeared to be the only non-Thai people there, as we slowly merged with the chaotic traffic of locals. You could easily keep ...