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Going to Bangkok
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It’s been 4.5 years since my last visit to Bangkok, when Jeroen and I signed a contract for Pepper Lunch.
Aside from my exciting assignment, I was looking forward to seeing my Thai friend Joey again.
Jeroen and I spotted my sister Diday at the gate just as we were boarding.

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Can I just say I love these magazine racks on the tunnel bridge?

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The Thai Airways flight was OK, but I wouldn’t say the Airbus was worth photographing. The plane was kind of retro. I tried to sleep for the next three hours. We arrived safely in Bangkok.
Follow the leader.

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Better than NAIA

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Wish NAIA had these

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Amazing structure

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Saw my sister again

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and Human Nature co-founders, Dylan and Anna Meloto-Wilk

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My sister and the Wilks were going to this event

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While I was going to this

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We were picked up by this nice Caravelle van that I really love because it has built-in tables

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and this pop-out TV

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We arrived at the legendary Mandarin Oriental

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and later, I shall show you around.

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Chris

Im not sure if the sign is still there but there’s a “no backpackers allowed” sign there at the car drop off. hahaha

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CVS Reply:

not exactly but I took a picture. will show you 🙂

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Whoa! That’s so beautiful. I wanna go to Bangkok too! 🙂

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I was kinda waiting for the toilet shot Ms. C kekekeke :))

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wow, bangkok’s airport looks nice now! when we went there in 2003, their airport was worse than naia. tipong isang pirma na lang ng anay, babagsak na ang kisame. hahaha! 

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