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My KL Getaway May 3, 2008

Filed under: Food,Holiday,Places of Interest — renzi @ 2:00 pm

After going to Phuket (which I haven’t finished writing about), I needed another trip to recuperate from. That’s why I decided to go to KL with a couple of peeps. We planned it just about 1 mth back and we managed to agree on one weekend. It was a long time since I stepped into Malaysia. The last time was … in early 2006.

Anyway The ride was a painfully long- it was 6 hours of pure bum action. At least I got to watch two dumb movies along the way. All along I thought going to KL only took 2 hours, guess I mistook it for flying to Bangkok *grumble*

We finally arrived at Westin (after being tricked to get into the cab for 20 ringgit for a 10 min cab ride). Ms Lee helped us check in while I stood in awe of the hotel – it was soooo inviting and welcoming. The lighting was cosy and it made me wanna scream. Maybe I’m being overly dramatic here.

Taking random photos before heading up almost 35 storeys (or is it spelt as “stories”???)

Yeap we booked the Westin Executive rooms – the rooms were normal BUTTT we get to go to the lounge and sponge off (take drinks, they’ve cocktail hours, and foooodddd)

And did I mention that the view was spectacular? ๐Ÿ™‚ My camera once again didn’t do justice to the view.

We took a breather at the lounge with juice etc before heading out.

We headed out after lazing around. First stop – Soo Kee Mee, this famous tze cha place that served, well, tze cha. I guess to put it simply, chinese dishes (I suppose). Ms Lee did the ordering while we waited in anticipation. As you can see, our dear Ms See here looked a little too eager for food.

Our first dish was wild vegetables fried in Sambal Blachan. It wasn’t too bad. After a while, my tongue felt numb so I let the rest of the girls finish up the vegetables.

We had horfun as well as the highlight of our first dinner – Prawn Sang Mee. It’s not just prawns, they are H-U-G-E prawns!!! The specialty of the place could most prob be this dish. Many around the world flock to KL for this. Anyway The 5 of us stuffed ourselves silly .

We managed to finish almost everything. But really, check out the size of the plate (for the Sang Mee) . Anyway if you can find your way around KL, you should give this place a try (and if all else fails, grab a cab to this place) it’s a little pricey but what the heck, u’ve BIGGGGGGGG prawns and it doesn’t really have much msg (trust me on tat):

No 14, Medan Imbi,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 2148 1324

We wanted to dive straight into our next dinner but we decided to visit Ms Lee’s inlaws since we were so stuffed.

We had to walk through a few rows of dilapidation before reaching Ms Lee’s inlaws place. Imbi is slightly intimidating but well, it’s like Geylang I suppose – good food’s found where the area’s slightly more dodgy-looking. Even Ms Lee commented that it felt like a red-light district.

img src=”” alt=”” /> Food, food and more food!!! ๐Ÿ™‚ We had bak kut teh after visiting Ms Lee’s inlaws. The bak kut teh was really not too bad (not too much msg) because it was tasty and had quite a flavour to it. We were looking around for erm..jis (translate tat from chinese) because the owner from SOO KEE MEE warned us from going to this bak kut teh place. The latter claimed that it was a little messy with pimps eating and patronising that particular store. We weren’t too fussed about that.

Yumzzzz…Anyway if you could, why not give it a try?

No 53-6 Jalan Barat, off Jalan Imbi
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2145 6416

We ended up walking back to the hotel. In Imbi itself I saw a couple of eating/hawker places but guess i can only go back next time if time and money allows me to.

Nope, we didn’t get lost. We just decided to take some random photos.

We ended up at this club below our hotel. It’s called Qba if I’m not mistaken.

Just a couple of shots before… Ms Low, Ms See and myself decided to call it a night while the rest of the babes partied the night away.

Cheng was nice enough to bring us around. I tell you these Malaysian drivers drive like a maniac!

We did a bit of shopping, not to mention eating at the Shopping Mall, Sungai Wang before heading to eat. Here u see a bunch of them buying kuay yummm

We managed to end up at Chinatown after 1.5 hours of driving because we got slightly lost. You see, Chengy is well, Malaysian but she’s from another state. So there you go!

We had a quick lunch before walking around in Petaling. Initially Cheng wanted to bring us to Jalan Pudu for lunch but we got lost for a while. Anyway at that stage I was getting a little irritable because of the weather so I was content just lazing and chatting with Cheng in the car while she figured her way around.

After lunch/tea, we headed back to the hotel for another round of food before heading out to Ms Lee’s friend’s place for dinner. It’s a nice quaint little place in KL itself. The decoration looked very typical of a Japanese house, clean and very “zen” hahahaha Too bad my photos don’t really do justice to the place. I must say that the food’s really good, well for the price we paid *embarrassed* Hopefully the photos will entice you to go there for yummy food!

First up – appetisers… I really had no idea what I was eating but it was good nonetheless ๐Ÿ™‚ Only thing I know is that white blob on the wine glass – it’s sesame tofu(?) Argh I can’t remember now *mental note to self – get it from Ms Lee

If you go to a Japanese restaurant and not eat sashimi, what’s the point eh? ๐Ÿ˜‰

After that, we had platters of sushi…

…and some broth…

.. and some fried delicacies followed by…

… really yummy, what tasted like wagyu beef..yummz…this was one of my facourite cos it really melted in your mouth (not in ur hands, hur hur)

Did I mention we had snow crab tooooooo?? ๐Ÿ™‚

We washed down our dinner with yummy Sakura Ice cream.

We completed the night with our second desert – the chef. He came round our room and chatted with us a couple of occasions. Really nice dude. Apparantly he used to be one of the top Japanese chefs in Singapore when I was still a babe. No prizes for how old he is ๐Ÿ™‚ If you really want to try really authentic, good Japanese food, why not give this a go :

Fukuya Authentic Japanese Cuisine
9, Jalan Delima , 55100 KL,

The next and last morning in KL, Pei Kei, her boyfriend and Cheng brought us out of KL to Selangor, south of KL via the Federal Highway. Their purpose – to let us eat the famous Klang Dry Bak Kut Teh. Klang seemed like a really sleepy town compared to the bustling city of KL but it served as a nice stark contrast to the constant towering skyscrapers which surrounded us the whole trip It was really yummy . We chatted some more, and had loads more tea before we headed back to KL for a leeeetle bit of s.h.o.p.p.i.n.g. We ended up at the The Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is the latest shopping mall to open in the Bukit Bintang area AND it was just opposite where we stayed ๐Ÿ™‚

After shopping for a while, we ended up back at the hotel where I met up with Grace and we had a nice time catching up. I really haven’t seen her ages so it was good. Before I knew it we were bound to leave for the bus pickup location so I said my last goodbye to Grace before Cheng once again graciously drove us to the destination.

The KL trip was a short trip but really enjoyable one. I got to know some of my colleagues even more PLUS i met up with Cheng, whom I haven’t seen for ages! So overall it was a great, short-lived trip. I’m looking forward to my next trip and hopefully I wouldn’t have to wait long. Only thing is…I need donations to go to…Thailand, Australia and Hong kong. Any kind soul willing to contribute to the let-renzi-travel-around-asia fund? ๐Ÿ™‚

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Finally February 13, 2007

Filed under: Holiday — renzi @ 10:50 am

Finally, I’m done with my blog entry for the Bangkok trip. I’m tired… zzz I can’t wait for the end of the day…


My recent trip to Bangkok February 12, 2007

Filed under: Holiday — renzi @ 5:57 pm

Early this month, I made a trip to Bangkok (I can almost hear groans and exclamations of protests “AGAIN?!”). This time round, it was more relaxed because I had an extra WHOLE day to play around with, which obviously resulted in…*blush* …well, you’ll find out soon. ๐Ÿ™‚

1st Feb 2007

MRT rides can be interesting After work, I slowly made my way to the Changi Airport to meet the guys for dinner.

Alone In the train…yeah…It was incredibly empty in the train, I was actually enjoying my ride to the Airport.

WOW...yawn YAWWWWNNN… the stupid boys checking their WOW mail.

Waiting... Waiting in anticipation for the plane. Well, at least it’s a decent Airline (Swiss Air), and not the friggin budget Airline.

Waiting AGAIN Waiting AGAIN, at the Thai Airport.

Taking photographs Jolly Jon seemingly amazed at the architectural structure of the Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Checking in Checking into the Service Apartment. The boys were doing the necessary paperwork, while I took more photos.

Riverfront Residence
912/1-285 Rama 3 Road,
Yan Nawa
Tel :: 0 2682 7888
Fax : 0 2682 7889

Welcome Note Why didn’t they put my name?! ๐Ÿ˜ฆ HAHAHAHA Check out Mr Toxin! Imagine your surname’s Toxin…

Along Phat Phong...Stalls After we settled down, dumped our bags, we headed to one night spot called Phat Phong. It was my first time going to this place. According to our tourguide (ie Kenneth), Phat Phong’s like Singapore’s Orchard Road (unfortunately, everyone in the office told me Phat Phong’s like Singapore’s Geylang *embarrassed*) ANYYYYWAYYY this place is littered with stalls. Stall after stall, as we walked past, it just reminded me of Singapore’s Pasar Malam. It then appeared to me that…Thailand’s not the Land of Smiles, but more like…Land of STALLS! I mean everywhere you turn, you’ll see at least one stall, food, whatever…

Silom Road,
Bang Rak, Bangkok

Tattoos anyone? We walked into one of the many lanes. It was filled with brightly lit shops. Well this lane even had a make-shift tattoo shop.

Harrassed This man, holding a menu, kept walking next to Jon, and Ken. He kept asking them whether they were interested in their Thai Shows. Ahhhh..the infamous Thai Shows. I wonder why they didn’t ask me. Hey I’m a girl, but that doesn’t mean I’m not a lesbian, but hey…you’re trying your best for the business, you might as well, ask both sexes right?

We relented We did eventually entered this bar, ONLY because we were slightly interested and the persistent ‘salesman’ told us we could go in for free. However as we were ushered to our seats, they immediately insisted that we needed to buy drinks, so we ordered a stubbie each. They came back with the drinks and demanded 500 bt, for EACH frigging bottle of beer. We eventually left the bar after stayin for less than 15 minutes because we were sickened and disgusted by their service. Wait, I shouldn’t even use the word “service” because there was no service involved. All we saw were girls who were not even trying to look sexy. Yeah, they were naked but it was a sight of jaded women (hopefully none were men), who looked like they had to do this for a living. It was actually pitiful. The guys were more disgusted for other reasons (ask them yourself) like the mamasans insisting on tips etc.

Settle for this I guess you have to settle for this. After walking out of the bar, and as we walked along the pathway, there were several bars offering the same bar-top dancing. I mean, from outside you can see the girls dancing on the bar, swaying with slightly more energy than the girls in the bar we patronised. The usual alluring irritating loud music accompanied the brightly lit interior. Oh, and of course not to mention the insistent ‘salesmen’ trying their best to tug and pull in ANYONE in their sight, well not anyone, mainly men lah.

First meal We ended up at this roadside hawker place.

Phad Thai One of Bangkok’s signature dish – What’s Thailand without Phad Thai?

Excited guys... Hahaha…I guess the way to a man’s heart is really food. Look at the satisfied look on Jon’s face!

2nd Feb 2007

 The view from the Apartment The view from the service apartment.

Siam Square First stop – Siam Paragon. (hehehe can ANYONE see the word above? The word SALE really warms a heart, snigger.) The shopping arcade really sticks out sorely in the heart of Bangkok. I mean, it looks really new compared to its surroundings. But I must say, it is IMPRESSIVE. I couldn’t really afford most of what Siam Paragon had to offer (it’s just like Singapore’s Paragon) and It looks even better than Taka. It’s firstly huge, and it is surprisingly squeaky clean

991 Siam Paragon
Shopping Center,
Rama 1 Rd.,Pathumwan,
Bangkok 10330

Food courtThe food court =) Hahaha I sneaked these shots in the Food Centre (think and imagine Taka food area, MAGNIFIED maybe say 3-4 times?) because the damn management didn’t allow me to take any photos (grrr). Anyway this place is like FOOD HEAVEN! You’ve gotta check out this place. It sells EVERYTHING! From well the usual phad thai, to street food (chicken, pork on sticks etc). I treated myself to a couple of snacks before proceeding to walk around the mall(s).

=) Maybe it’s the bright lights (really lighting makes a HUGE difference)but come on! You HAVE to say this looks damn clean.

Ken and I Outside Paragon.

Appearance Vs RealityHmmmmMM We then headed to Siam Square (next to Siam Paragon) where we tried the supposedly famous muffin and pudding in the 2/3rd lvl? I mean, it’s nice but…well, I suppose I wouldn’t go there again if I had a craving.

Mr Donut (in MBK)DonutsDonuts anyone? We then walked across to MBK where we bought a snack or two (at Mr Donut) before lunch. It wasn’t that fantastic but I guess…I just needed to try it ๐Ÿ˜›

MBK Shopping Center Bangkok (Mah Boon Krong)
Phayathai Road,
Pathumwan, Sukhumvit

On our way On our way to C&C – as usual we passed a couple of road-side stalls. I was actually tempted to drop the plans in going to C&C, and patronising these road side stalls. And if you’re curious, C&C stands for…

Cabbages & Condoms
6 Soi 12, Sukhumvit Road
Bangkok 10110

Outside C&C Ditto! Well this restaurant offers something different. Other than local delicacies, C&C presents the various sections ranging from the natural jungle setting to the usual restaurant setting. Apparantly the Corporation, Population and Community Development Association (PDA), finances this Restaurant and ALL proceeds go to the contribution of HIV/Aids education and other worthy causes.

Safety First Remember, safety first ๐Ÿ˜‰

A message to all A message to all – Buttt buttttt….Aunty Zoe Tay says you have to swallow!!! Sniffles… life’s contradictions…

Iced Thai Tea First we treated ourselves to the Iced Thai Tea. It’s REALLY DAMN SWEET. I had to pass more than half of it to Ken because I wasn’t feeling suicidal enough to kill myself with the sugar overload.

Jungleeeee While waiting for our food, I happily snapped away. We were sitting outside. The weather was good and we were sheltered, thanks to the trees. =)

Tom Yum Anyone? Tom Yam Soup, laden with…SO MUCH INGREDIENTS!

Sweet and sour fish Sweet and sour Fish. Well, it tastes like it, but it’s a different name. Oh well.

Tenderloin Meat Tenderloin.

Chicken Fried chicken wrapped with pandan leaves.

Phad Thai Very good presentation eh? Our second phad thai of the trip.

Yummzzz Yummy!

Dessert anyone?Bananas... Dessert anyone?

Jon's getting excited Jon’s getting excited here. Yesh. It’s a tradition of the restaurant to pass some condoms with the bill. It’s quite a cute habit.

Condom carperTissues anyone? Waxy tissues?hahaha Condoms have their use.

Funny Hahaha..this is quite funny! ๐Ÿ™‚

For someone special We walked out full and contented from the experience in C&C. You should go there at least once. Anyway I took this specially for someone *winks at GO* hehehe I wanted to buy one..but I was so stuffed from lunch.

In the trainAt the station On our way back to MBK (to shop hehehee). The train cards are like our old transitlink cards. It did bring back memories. Hhaahhaa

Ugly pig After alighting the train, we had to walk a distance to MBK and we passed by this fiesty looking red pig.

Cute eh Hahahaha…. I was shopping in MBK (while the guys ventured to eat some more*groan*) when I came across this shop with this sweet-lookin girl, trying on some shoes. Hahaha…

hehee Look closer, she wanted to grow up too quickly. I really thought she was cute.

Suan Lum Night Bazaar After shopping at MBK, we headed to Suan Lum Night Market to…SHOP AGAIN! hahahaha…It’s a better place to shop, and I only could cover 2 blocks before I was dead beat. THe only similarity between MBK and Suan Lum’s the fact that it’s covered. Unlike the shops in MBK, you’re able to haggle with the shop owners. Even though the shop owners still make a profit, you’re allowed to feel good because well, you think you’ve got a huge bargain. ๐Ÿ™‚ I like Suan Lum. After 3 hours of torturing my feet, I finally sat down at this HUGE open-air food centre where we feasted AGAIN and listened to life music. Sweet! Well, apparantly Suan Lum’s goin to close down in April 2007, so for all those who haven’t step foot in the Night Market, HURL YOUR ARSE THERE!

Suan Lum Night Barzaar,
Soi 3/1, Rama IV Road

3rd Feb 2007

MORE FOOD AGAIN!!! In the morning, we made our way to…

Chatuchak Market
Phaholyothin Road,
Bangkok, 10900

Bubble tea! …where we ate and ate and ate! I also bought bubble tea. The friggin tea was too sweet again!

Dogs! I didn’t take much photos in the market because…hehe I was distracted by one of my favourite pasttimes! ๐Ÿ˜‰ One thing I didn’t do the last time was to cover the dog section. My heart melted and I felt a little tinge of sadness when I saw the puppies and other sorts of animals being caged up. Worse, some looked like they were being treated badly. Sigh

Chinatown After 3-4 hours of shopping, we went to have lunch at Chinatown.

VegetablesPrawn tung hoonScallops Food anyone? I think by the second day of the trip, I didn’t feel a single pang of hunger. (That is a sign that you’ve been eating too much). Anyway we really indulged in seafood ANNNDDDD……

SharksfinSuckling pig The highlight of lunch – YUMMMMM!!!!! SUCKLING PIG… MY FAVOURITE!!!! hehehehe After eating the skin, I resorted to eating the sides, the head..etc heheh *drool*

yum I really devoured EVERYTHING. Poor pig.

Damn full Jon looking so full

Dessert And we topped off our meal with Bird’s Nest. It’s not particularly my favourite but oh well. Our meal amounted to about 4500 bt? It was indeed a really reasonable meal. Expensive in terms of Thai standards but hey, we had REALLY GOOD FOOD. I’m not complaining.

Chinatown After the really satisfying and superb meal, we strolled down to the heart of Chinatown, where I was thrilled by the usual Pasar Malams…dunno why.. hehee

More food!!mobile stalls as well Apart from the stalls that greeted us, there were vehicles that passed by us constantly AND we also watched some mobile stalls trodding past. I’ve no idea why, I think I love the hustle and bustle of such places.

full but still eating on! Sugar toast – Even though we were stuffed to the brim, we fought on. We bought sugar toast. It really did bring me back to the time when I was really young.

HORRIBLE LOOKING This version of the ๅ‘่ดข็Œซ (Fa Cai Mao – fortune cat) is extremely ugly, not to mention, disturbing. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

tut tut We finally got round to catch a ride back to MBK. Thailand’s indeed a place for suicidal people. I mean, the drivers are crazy, waving in and out of the heavy traffic… the food’s really sweet, salty and sour! Man! It’s a wonder why the Thais are so thin!

Anime We didn’t do much in MBK and we walked over to Siam. On our way there, we did meet some people who were dressed as anime characters. Interesting. I mean, maybe an Echizen look-alike was around? ๐Ÿ˜›

More food?? erm…No prizes for what we did in Siam: E-A-T. Phad thai anyone???

Chicken and prawnsWaiting After the snack, we walked out and…ate some more. It was dark and more shops, well, stalls were in the process of setting up. We passed by this stall that was selling chicken and prawns, i mean fried ones…who could resist that. I wasn’t feeling hungry but the guys wanted to try. I don’t blame’s so damn cheap!!!

yummyLooks good eh Looks good eh? It was worth the amount!

Opposite Siam Paragon Opposite Siam Paragon – while waiting for the prawns and chicken, I looked ahead and … there were so many stalls set up! Thailand’s a perpetual Pasar Malam! *excited*

Look at the guys Just look at them!

Heaven This looks like my kinda heaven *drool*

More food?!?!?!? We headed back to MBK because Jon wanted to buy these things so..yeah. I’m not too sure wat these things are called. It’s green bean paste wrapped in jelly-like skin.

Food againPhad Thai We had more food. Now, do you understand why I wasn’t hungry AT ALL after my second day?

4th Feb 2007

Chicken After a bad night’s sleep, we decided to have a last go at street hawker food. Look at the BBQ-ed food…who can ever resist that??

LIning up for food Queueing for food – We headed to the Airport after snacking and wondering around the vicinity of the Service Apartment, and well, we did some more eating.

Last tea] My last tea in Thailand.

Tomyam SoupTender chicken bites wrapped in pandan leavesPork slices with chilli sauce on the sidePhad Thai againGreen curryAmerican Fried RiceYummmm Last lunch – Well, we HAD to gorge ourselves for the last time, even if it meant…well…anyway click on the photos for the names, description of the photos.

Wandering around the Departure Hall Walking around in the Airport, savouring the last moments. The guys went to eat some more, I bought myself an ice cream before purchasing alcohol =)

Waiting In anticipation – Waiting to board the plane. I looked so tired.

It was quite a good trip. The only thing’s I ate too much. Other than that, I had quite a good break. And I can’t wait for my next trip to Bangkok…I WANNA SHOP SOME MORE!!! =)

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My First Trip to Bangkok, land of frowns December 19, 2006

Filed under: Holiday,Photos — renzi @ 1:05 pm

Unlike my separate holiday blogs like my NZ and Malaysia trips, I have decided to compile everything into this blog. It was indeed an extremely eventful weekend for us.

8 Dec 2006

All hard at work before the 6 o’clock “bell”

The guys finally calling it a day. They look so cute with the bags behind them hahaha…

Before leaving for the Airport, I took a photo with Aunty, the nice lady who always willingly stays so late at night.

The gals had the luxury of PC (thanks!) who drove us all the way to the Airport. OF COURSE, he had to tease me about being a SIngaporean. When I told him it was my first time in Bangkok, he asked me in a mocking tone “WAH! First time in Bangkok? Are you SIngaporen?” (#$*@$@ hehe

Had our last supper in the Changi Airport before we checked in. Popeye never fails to satisfy I tell you.

While checking in, I realised among other things, there was this particular item that was deemed as a risk item……

…like wtf? What can a cripple do with a walking stick? Shove the stick up the stewardess’ ass? Commme on!

The porter of the year award goes to…ML!!! Hehe..thanks for transporting our bags from points A to B, B to C… =)

The lot of us settled at Harry’s to wait for the delayed Air Asia plane.

Waaaaaiting (slowly) in anticipation.

Doing it the Asian way – What I have learnt is that…especially in free-seating budget airlines, when you see people queueing, queue as well…

Big Bags’R’Us… Hahaha….ML was amused that JS and I were carrying HUGE bags.

ML looking stoned, at the checkpoint in Bangkok.

9 Dec 2006

Breakfast in bed? Nahhh….We were at the 4th level of Indra Region Hotel. Yesh…GO looked stoned. Trust me, all 3 of us were stoned. We were happily chatting till the wee hours of the morning.

Having a quick drink before we headed for separate ways – we went shopping!!!

On our way to Mah Boon Krong (MBK) Center, I chanced upon a couple of pink taxis. Since I love pink, I would like to share it with u =)

I tell you, for a person who had not been to Bangkok, I was almost hyperventilating because of the AMOUNT of shops!!! My friends were surprised that I spent like my whole day there. Anyway it’s quite a good mix of shops selling EVERYTHING!!!! Go check it out, if you haven’t been there.

Mah Boon Krong (MBK) Center
Phayathai Road
Bangkok 10330 Thailand

We went Japanese for Lunch before heading off separately again.

I couldn’t resist taking a photo of an espirit imitated bag hur hur…

Towards the end of the day, JS, GO and I were soooooo damn dead that we dragged ourselves to a massage parlour. It was dirt cheap, like only 300 batt!!! This parlour’s located on the 6th level of MBK, if any of you get so tired circling MBK… =) Ahem..check out what JS is doing w her hand eh? tsk tsk…

Met up with the guys, walked around the Indra Region Hotel before settling to go for dinner. I realised the whole of Bangkok is filled with…local markets!!! Pasar Malam galore!

Dinner…..sucked. I mean we all didn’t have much appetite to start off because we had 2 buffets in one day. BUT the food didn’t taste that good as well.

I mean, just look at the food. The prawns for example. Almost HALF of the prawns were uncooked. How absurd!

Not to mention the service! It was horrible. Our complaint was met with such rude defiance. Utterfly disappointing. We asked for a discount of some sort and we were greeted with a mere condescending mock-like retort “HAH! Discount!” Impossible service!!! Stupid manager! Look at him, remember his face.

Yes, according to us, it really sucks. I even wanted to ask for the manager’s namecard but I think he knew I wanted to defame him. Oh well, just as long as anyone who knows me isn’t going there, I’m fine. Remember this name – Somboondee!!!

A drink before we sleep. We slept like pigs that night.

10 Dec 2006

Chatuchak Weekend Market anyone??? I went crazy there!!! In two hours, I bought, 5 dresses, a few shirts and other knick-nacks… They have EVERYTHING THERE!!!!

This is SOOOOO primary school – coke in a plastic bag. Whee…it was so damn hot that we HAD to quench our thirsts.

HAhahahha…..on our way back, we bought bubble tea and it was DAMN CHEAP LAH!!!! 20 baht!!! For TWO!!!!! Hahahaha….GO wanted to buy ALL the flavours just for the kick. And yes, we all looked really tired.

After putting down the stuff from Chatuchak, we went crazy at Indra Region. Hahahaha….Once again, it was like another pasar malam.

We settled for a pasar-malam styled snack whilst waiting for a cab, to send us to the Airport.

On our way to the Airport, the driver turned on his dvd player and we were treated to a path down memory lane – ahhh oldies…

Sharing a moment there…

Hahaha…you HAVE to watch this. JS is so damn funny, especially when she highlights the baby being thrown up in the air.

Looking pissed, tryin to at least, because this bitch of a lady actually asked us to tompang her weightage. To cut the story short, we agreed and it ended up causing so much disruption to our lives. Too lazy to really elaborate but NEVER say yes to people, no matter how pathetic they look, when they ask to share weight during flights.

So that’s it for my short journey to Bangkok. I wanna give it another chance. My first experience wasn’t that good. So much for land of smiles eh?

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