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The train screeched to a halt at around 1pm in Hua Lamphong, Bangkok. We were running late. Added to that we have about anothe 2 to 3 hours before the next train arrive with my bike. Since we had time to waste, we decided to take a short trip to Mah Bun Krong (MBK), one of the oldest famous shopping centres in Bangkok.
MBK is probably Bangkok's most legendary shopping mall, popular with both tourists and locals, and busy with shoppers every ...
... province for an evangelical organization. I was so full of joy to be able to talk to a fellow believer. We had met Jason and Jennifer Byers and their two daughters, or at least one of their girls, the other one hasn't made her grand entrance yet! We talked about what they are doing in Kalisin and I got him to show me where they lived, in case we ended up in their area. As we were talking about our trip and where we are staying in Khon Kaen they ended up offering us a ride ...
... is, we were the only people to pass through the doors in the hour that we were there.
Walk back towards the main road passing through the grounds of Wat Thad wit a large chedi and an absolutely enormous hall. Bus NO 8 drops us off outside the 7/11 next door to the hotel and we stop off for snacks and coffees before returning to the welcome aircon of the room for a while.
I leave Jai watching a Thai soap on TV and take a bag of a ...
... out. At the top you could see the whole of Khon Kaen.
Later , for dinner, we went to a huge market and I ended up spending a bit there, buying various things. The food section was too much to take but we were going to an Italian so saved ourself for that. That night we drank and m150, went to a couple of bars and a club to make up for the night before.
The next day I was approached by a monk ...
... with Tigers!?! It wasn’t cheap but absolutely worth it! The one issue I kept reading on reviews of the place was “Are the Tigers drugged?” “How could they be so docile?” Let me put it to rest that the Tigers are absolutely NOT drugged! Like most cats, they sleep all day. Especially in this extremely hot weather there isn’t much else for them to do. I am usually not a fan of Zoos due to the miss treatment of animals but this was ...