It’s always a treat to head into Bangkok to sample some of the international cuisines, and Chris stepped up to the plate and organized a Korean BBQ. We’ve walked through Korea Town on Sukhumvit a few times to see what was on offer, but this is the first time a few of us have actually stopped to eat there. What surprised me was that we managed to get parking under the Plaza, which was a bonus given it had been raining quite heavy when we got into the city. Alas, Todd wasn’t so lucky with his short walk from The Down Under Bar, where he had holed up earlier. Not only that, he arrived soaking wet and 10 minutes late, which is expected or commonly referred to as “Thai Time.” He’s not been in Thailand for a year yet, but he’s already picking up some Thai habits!
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You'd think we had enough partying from last week in Pattaya, but here we are again celebrating Suzy's birthday at the Down Under Bar.
The longer I stay in Thailand, it becomes evident to me how much of our personal freedoms the west has given up for the sake of feeling safe.
They have introduced long-term visa options for foreigners, but the extension of my existing O-A retirement visa is a pretty painless exercise now.