Am I really back in Bangkok again...
09.03.2012 - 13.03.2012 37 °C
Friday arrived and I said a FINAL goodbye to everyone at Ting Tong bar and across at the Full Moon bungalows. Ravi the owner of the bungalows looked like he was about to cry!! Ravi and Sue (wife) had been great during my stay and had fixed me a cheap-e-r flight ticket. The minibus arrived and I headed over to Krabi airport. It was on the plane that I had a fit of laughter to myself which I think was due to the excitement of knowing I would be traveling to a new country in a few days.
I reached Paws at about 10 o'clock so she was just finishing off at work. We caught up on each others news and got some food! : )
As this was my third time in Bangkok I had already seen all the sights so we had a relaxed Saturday. This was a chance for me to eat some more fabulous street food. As it was my last week in Thailand I was eating as much Thai food as possible. My favorites are, pad Thai, garlic and pepper beef, chicken with cashews, spring rolls and chocolate and banana pancakes! That's not even mentioning the fruit and the fruit shakes! : )
Final pad Thai - This pad Thai came with batter on the top?! Every pad Thai I had in Thailand came out slightly different.
Garlic and pepper beef
I was introduced to the spinning fish (which dosnt look great but once you peel back the skin it tastes great)
Saturday night we headed out into town and back over to the bar Route 66 and the night ended up over in a club called Scratchdog. We had the funniest night ever! This was quite clear when we looked through the pictures in the morning.
Here's the ones you get to see!
No farting in the taxi!
Sunday arrived and we slept.
Monday was my last day so whilst Pawes was at work I headed over to MBK to pick up a few last bit and pieces and spent the remainder of my Thai Baht.
I also finally got round to writing out and posting all 10 of my postcards!
Tuesday arrived and it was time to bid farewell to Thailand! It's been an incredible experience to this point and have to say that traveling solo is completely the best way to do it. You get to come and go as you please and actually you are never really on your own.
See you all Down Under!