We wasted no time at all settling into our room… As you can see it is pretty small, but it has bright red bunk beds, a desk, and a nice big window. The bathroom is down the hall. I LOVE this hostel, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for safe, cheap accomodation in Bangkok. It’s my first hostel experience, and it has been amazing so far. It’s really close to the train, and it’s on a fun shopping street with tons of restaurants. I’m not even being paid for this: Lub-D. Take a look!
A trio of dishes – Green curry chicken, Tom Yum Gai (Hot and sour coconut chicken soup), and a beef stir fry that had baby corn in it. But FRESH baby corn. I didn’t even know it existed. I had only ever had the canned variety. But now I’m completely hooked on fresh baby corn and I need some more! It’s crunchy and sweet, and if I ever have to eat the canned stuff again I’ll probably cry.
One of my favorite things ever: Fresh Salad rolls!
A little irony for you from the bathroom at the mall. The sign is indicating that you should do your part to reduce global warming by using less toilet paper. Great in concept, but the minute you walk outside and see the hazy brown sky due to the million motorbikes and tuk tuks, you realize there might need to be a little more effort put into reducing global warming than just taking a few fewer squares of toilet paper.