I have to warn you, there are a lot of pictures in this post. You'll see how different it is in the city as opposed to the south.
|Hualamphong Train Station|
|New Noodle House opened | "Long Live the King"|
|fresh crab | a lot of siting and talking in Thailand|
|ferry ridin' to get to the other side of the city across Chao Phraya River|
|I don't even like coconut but man... yummy!|
|CentralWorld - high-end mall|
|I think my dad likes when I come around because I take him to Burger King. haha|
|street food - always worth the wait|
|^Trenton hanging off the bus like a true Thai, not even scared.|
|This famous restaurant has been opened since 1909! Of course we had to get duck mouth here.|
|Som tum (papaya salad) | Pad Thai koong (shrimp Pad Thai) | A literal ice cream sandqich! haha|
|Best buds in the city|
|traffic - more people than LA|
|getting ready to fight | pre-fight rituals | ouch...|
|my dad on facebook in the background...aye.|
|Bringing the 90s back | Buddies dining at Sizzler!|
|Late-night, bus-riding adventures|
Like I stated in Part I of these Thailand posts, I really enjoy visiting Thailand. It doesn't matter that we don't spend money and go on tours every day. It's nice to see people in their culture, living the way they do. I'd recommend Thailand to anyone. Go for the food, the poeple, the beaches, the city...just go. Experience it and tell me what you think. You may not be biased like I am but I guarantee you you will find it interesting and beautiful in all of its ways.
*Daddy, if you're able to read this and learned how to use "the google" by now, then I am very surprised but proud of you. haha Can't wait to see you again. Remember, don't talk to strangers on facebook. Until next time! Love you.