Haven't seen the Thailand Express, unless that's the Skytrain...
So far, so good! Great food, fun times.
On the layover, I was surprised by London and its garbage problem. Not sure if it's tourists who are the litterbugs or if it's just something that people there do, but the streets that I saw were quite crap-strewn I'm sad to report. Maybe it's a Christmas tradition?
Memories of London: gum, graffiti, and garbage!
A cool and rainy day here. Started the day with excellent bowl of Thai noodles, and ended with an excellent bowl of Japanese noodles.
Found a kick-ass book store and picked up a couple of things to read.
Very easy to get around here. I'm next door to the Skytrain, and only 5$ (Canadian) for a day pass.
No big plans for Bangkok other than find all sorts of deliciousness.
My, this is a disconnected post. I'm rambling. Must be time for sleep.
Are you messaging from Patpong again you pervert?!
Is Smitty with you undecided at the prospects of an Ayutthaya day tour or his she-male comfort zone?
Get thee to Lumpinee Boxing Gym and perhaps you’ll see fat boy Segal and JCVD checking out a Muay Thai match and reminiscing on decades past fight glory.
Mental Bully divided by half the circumference of 2112 squared
Weirdly enough, I thought of Smitty while in London.
Don't think I'll bother with tracking down S Seagal. He's probably sucking carrots at a Russian market.
I'm very much enjoying exploring the neighbourhood that I'm in (Bang Chak). So many cool little tree-lined streets and food-cart-lined alleyways!
Heading south tomorrow for sea, sand, and reggae bars!