One night in Bangkok...

Well actually 3 nights, but I hope someone gets the song reference. If you don't go look it up, it's a very catchy tune. Arrived and met up with a new traveling partner, Camilla. We will be doing Thailand, Cambodia, maybe Laos together, before heading over to Burma and meeting even more friends. But for now, we have Bangkok.

This is a great city - full, bustling, best food in the world (in my humble opinion), fantastic new public transport system, and very friendly people. Camilla is a bit horrified but I stop at basically every food stall. It takes us a while to go anywhere because of this. All of it is delicious with your expected noodle dishes, soups, squid eggs and grass jelly. And so much more.

The highlight of the weekend has been Sunday afternoon at Chatuchak Market. Massive and full of everything, from silly tourist things, every day objects, the largest contingency of hipster boutiques I've ever seen (take that San Francisco), and food. We left in the dark and the place was turning into a night market for all the young things of Thailand to come shops.

Pictures below and tomorrow, Chang Mai.

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