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Bangkok

bangkok lady collector in a bus

Woman at work.

Today is the 7th and second last day in Bangkok, Thailand. I’ll cross over to a neighboring country tomorrow. [The name the place literally means “Siam Defeated” according to Wikitravels.]

I am not posting here photos of high-rise buildings and glitchy malls of Bangkok in this entry. Will do that, may be, in next posts about the city. Lady collectors in the buses- beautifully dressed and some with their faces covered by masks- were new to me. (I liked traveling in airconditioned buses in Bangkok.) By today, I have traveled in buses, both trains (sky and underground) and over the Chao Phraya River in boat. Enjoyed that boat ride. But no tuk tuk yet. May be their turn will come when I return to the city again in a week. (More later.) Continue reading

Suvarnabhumi

Spotted at Suvarnabhumi airport, Bangkok

Spotted at Suvarnabhumi airport, Bangkok

Trying to make the most out of 15-minutes-of-free-WiFi -access at Suvarnabhumi.

It’s been four hours since I landed at Suvarnabhumi, Bangkok. Fifteen more hours to go before I get into a plane that will take me to another Asian capital. I must thank Gandaki (pictured) and Captain Shrestha for the smooth flight and (landing).

PS:Will come back to again in a couple of weeks to go outside the airport and see the city.

gandaki nepal airlines

Gandaki the airplane- belonging to Nepal Airlines- at Tribhuvan, Kathmandu.

PS 1: Will come back to again in a couple of weeks to go outside the airport and see the city.
PS 2: I need another 15-minutes-of-free-WiFi-coupon!