On day 3, homie and I were starting to feel really lazy to wake up for breakfast. The night before, we stayed up talking bout childhood stories till half past four. Real nutty we were! Nonetheless Yobi woke us up at about 9 before we had our breakfast. The hotel’s breakfast food was only mediocre. There were many dishes around but my favorites were the omelet bar, fried rice, sausages, steamed egg and juice. There was once they had this stir fried chicken which was nice, but I only had it once because they stopped cooking it subsequently!!
After breakfast homie and I would go back to hotel and start rolling on our beds, much to Yobi’s agitation we stopped and left to go for lunch ahah. We hopped on the taxi and told the taxi driver we wanted to go to China Town for sharks fin. But damn that bastard talked us to going to another place where mere French fries would set us back 200 baht. Total rip off! One thing funny was he asked us whether we’ve done massage before. He then showed Justin a pamphlet showing “body to body” massage. A Caucasian was featured with 6 Thai bikini girls! @.@!! He tried persuading us in the taxi but we said no.
Feeling very cheated by the jerk, we decided to skip China Town and opted to try back lane food stalls by ourselves! We walked 30 to 45 minutes until we reach near the river area before stopping and we started FEASTING ahah.
I started off with 25 baht steamed chicken rice with Justin!
They used a mixture of glutinous rice and fragrant rice I think. The rice did not taste like normal! Loved it but Justin say his favorite stall in Jalan Gasing still serves better chicken rice. Another thing that was awesome about this side stall was the chili sauce. Had a special taste to it! Yummiest to the max!
This is Yobi’s pork leg rice! He said his meal was nice as well! Later we both ordered Thai Milk Tea large size for 15 baht each. The size was the same as Starbucks “tall”. The Thai Milk tea is very rich and extremely smooth thanks to the high contents of milk in the drink which makes it extra special!! WTH mann RM1.50 lol
Our first meal did not fill us enough so we ordered different food again ahah.
The above was my duck rice and Yobi’s roasted pork rice is featured bellow
I will have to promise you that Yobi and I will NEVER eat the roast duck or roast pork on that street anymore! Mine was totally crap. The sauce was like the doomsday of duck. While Yobi’s pork roast had lots of peanut sauce poured over it. Totally fail. It’s from the same shop some more! What a lost we suffered. Limited stomach space wasted :(!!
Later we went to hang around a little before going back to the hotel. And the way Justin sleeps is insane! Take a look for yourself;
Don’t worry it is not a ghost haha. It’s just Justin sleeping!
Time passed us quickly and before we know it, we were off to Suan Lum Night Bazaar.
We tried looking for disco balls the entire night because Ziyan and Rosanne wanted some. Rwarrrr this mission was total failure! We did not find a single disco ball on the streets. After walking for 30 minutes I told the guys to take a chill pill and so we had our dinner nearby.
Yobi guided us somewhere to the middle of the bazaar to a restaurant set on top of a wooden platform under a large tree . We had our usual fried eggs with Oysters and fried rice lol. Justin and I had orange juice haha Yobi had a coke I think.
After today’s roast pork failure we decided to give it another go. So we ordered one “small” serve which was definitely not small. The pork roast itself tasted good but the sauce sucked to the max. Next time must tell them not to pour sauce on top! Totally spoils the thing!!
And prawn cakes. My sense of taste does not allow this dish to be praised in any manner. Was OKlah I would say haha. Fish cakes own the shrimps 100 times.
We walked the entire bazaar that night. Justin got a couple of socks, shirts while I got myself a pair of shorts and Yobi got himself shirts and shorts! It was quiet weekday night with fewer people and stalls than usual so it did not take us long to walk through the place.
After that we went SOMEWHERE as you can see from the picture above. My eyes had the same view except some neon bulbs were not working that night! Not that fun I can confirm with you. Some 50 year old tranny flashing torch light inviting you in? WTF?? How disgusting can things get? Jeez! Justin and I felt our hopes on Thai girls were lowered significantly. It was saddening. Thai girls are pretty but if they do such things for a living, what does beauty actually mean then? An asset for wrongful use? There are many other ways like in Plat Num mall there were equivalently pretty girls who were entrepreneurs selling stylish clothes which would drive a girls wallet broke. Terms like “We are humans too” is definitely overstated by the girls there. Humans need not such thing. Japanese businessman was a common sight that night in Patpong. Even in a land where moral standards are high, such lowly humans exist in abundance!! You’ve got a ring on your finger dickheads! Go satisfy your wives dammit!@!!!!!
Haihhhhh nonetheless even after a disappointing experience in PATPONG, there was always a sweet treat for broken heart :D
You will get 2 well cut mangoes and 2 serves of sticky rice in Thailand for 80 baht. So awesomely NICE! I had this the first night and my last night! So yummy!
After feasting on the yummy dessert we all slept soundly~!
The sun raised over the horizon the next day waking us up with it! We went through the entire morning routine over again wake up–> wash up –> breakfast. We packed our clothing and did some last minute shopping down at Baiyoke Sky. After that we left to the airport! buhuhu! Suvarnabhumi airport was Bangkok’s new airport! Like Malaysia’s airport… it is large but.. EMPTY lol.
We took a couple of picture while waiting for the airplane:
Wah! 5 dishes a meal, a couple times a day and you can see, DAMN I’ve got back the weight I lost from swimming!!
Our ONE and ONLY group picture haha!
WenY (Me), Justin and Yobi
So sad. Bye Bye Bangkok! Sister you’re going there soon!! I’m pretty damn sure you’ll enjoy HAHA!