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Khao San Road in the evening

Eating dinner and having a massage to end our day


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Today is our 10th day in Bangkok we only have 4 more days before we leave and go to Bali for two weeks. The time has gone by so fast but we have loved every minute of it. We did school work today and nanny was very happy with us as we are getting some of our assignments finished.
When we finished working she told us we were going back to Khao San Road so we could see it at night.

It looked so different and there were many many more people walking around. There were pretty lights in the trees and it looked very festive. People were eating everywhere in lots of restaurants. Nanny wanted us to try the Roti Pancakes because she said they were really yummy and she was right. You could have all kinds of them. Pancake with banana and chocolate, banana and nutella, banana,egg and chocolate, banana and syrup and many more types that we can't remember. Tom had a banana and nutella and Ethan and Nanny had a banana and chocolate roti. Tom and Ethan eat half and then traded their roti's so they could see how each others tasted. Both Tom and Ethan liked the chocolate roti better as the nutella was just to thick.

After that we went and had a one hour foot massage on the street. We were able to watch all the people walking by. It was fun having a massage on the street instead of being in the shop. It was neat seeing all the people and the massage felt so good. Our feet were so soft when we finished and our muscles felt so relaxed. Then we went for dinner at the place we went to before and had Tom Khai Kai (coconut soup) with rice because they made it so good and gave us a big bowl of it. It has lots of nice flavours and it is our favourite Thai food.

At the end we walked to the road and took a taxi back home. Khao San Road is good place to visit during the day or night but we think at night it becomes more exciting.

Posted by Tom.Ethan 06:08 Archived in Thailand

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