Tug Of War

I was the last to wake up. P had gone out for her massage (the lady promised her to open for business at 11am, their normal operating hours starts at 12nn) but she was played out. P went to the streets to collect her 50 pieces of tapioca pancakes which we loved and got stood … Continue reading

There Is Order In Chaos

Bangkok with a population of over 8 million (12.6% of Thailand’s total population) is among the world’s top tourist destinations. It is named the most visited city in MasterCard’s Global Destination Cities Index, and has been named “World’s Best City” for 4 consecutive years by Travel + Leisure magazine. There are modern enterprises appearing alongside the … Continue reading

Bounding Pulse – Bangkok

My short stay in Bangkok was likened to a bounding pulse; a powerful and strong pulse which is experienced for a short period. The street food was so delicious, it was easy to overeat and suffer serious indigestion. Temple hopping and shopping (at both wholesale and retail levels) can be strenous activities. Ahem, I need … Continue reading

First Night In Bangkok Made A Food Snob Humble

Coming out of Bangkok’s new Suvarnabhumi Airport, we took to the left and traveled an hour or so before arriving at the hotel. It was slightly after 3pm (Thai time) when we boarded the vehicle and all plans to go to Chatuchak Weekend Market, one of the 50 districts of Bangkok, Thailand, had to be … Continue reading

Pulsating In The Heart Of Siam

Those who follow me on Bonding Tool Facebook knows I am out of town. While I was posting some of the photos in facebook, I had trouble tagging the location. I cannot find a simple city Bangkok. In the end, I tagged my location as country “Thailand”, instead. Its full ceremonial name, which came into … Continue reading