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Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok

Dear Mum

I’m okay! The start to my solo travels didn’t get off to the most fabulous start as I stood, admittedly with 3 locals, at the wrong bus stop for half an hour and, after a hurried run jumped on the bus and immediately sat on the seats reserved for the pregnant, disabled and monks. 1,330 more words



Now I present to you the third, somewhat condensed, and final part of our Thailand adventure!

The night before we flew out of Chiang Mai, I actually called our guest house in Bangkok to see if we could get an airport transfer, however, the man who answered the phone said that they could not do it from the airport we were arriving in (Dong Muang) at the time we were arriving. 4,273 more words


Wandering to the Jim Thompson House Bangkok

After our canal ride in Bangkok we didn’t really have a plan for what we would do next.   We had quick walk through Patpong Road famous for it’s nightlife, which was very quiet during the day.   696 more words


Bangkok, Thailand Part 1

Our first stop for the second half of the trip was the capital of Thailand, Bangkok. We arrived on the evening of the 7th, and were leaving for Myanmar on the 10th, so we didn’t have much time in Bangkok. 1,218 more words


Bangkok, Thailand

After leaving Cambodia, I spent a few days in Thailand, before heading to Ethiopia!  I started my trip in Bangkok by exploring the Khlongs (canals). They are surrounded by houses and shops selling local handicrafts. 248 more words

Bangkok - Part II

My friend and I stayed at Lub’d in Siam Square, a hip hostel in Bangkok for two nights. A bit surprisingly it was much nicer than the older run down Novotel Hotel I stayed in on the first night. 612 more words