I didn't do much for the few days I was here, just relaxed and checked my email 300 times
. Bangkok is very relaxed city, as long as you stay out of the tourist area. Most westerners were here for the drugs or the sex trade, or to arrange further travel. I didn't feel compelled to speak to any of them, so I didn't . Decided to give India a second chance, so off to Mumbai tomorrow.
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To keep up with the good tone of my previous entry ... here I am in Bangkok. Landed at 1 am - not exactly my preferred time of landing in foreign country, but at least still current on my Chinese visa, so I can go back. No hotel reservations, no nothing. Luckily, met a British guy on the plane (the only one time in my life I was actually glad to meet a British guyJ We took the local buss to town. He didn't have reservations either, but he had a Guesthouse recommendation with a map scratched on the back of a napkin. Here we are at the tourist ghetto, walking around with our backpacks at 4:30 a.m., trying to find that Guesthouse. We didn't. No surprise here, but at least we spotted the bars that were still open. After checking in another Guesthouse, we walked down to the closest bar and had breakfast with couple of cocktails. It was great for a start of a rebound trip:)