Thailand… one more time (cycling from Bangkok to Cambodia). // Bangkok raz jeszcze… Rowerem z Bangkoku do Kambodży.

Assumption Cathedral, Bangkok // Katedra Wniebowstąpienia:

Lumpini Park, Bangkok

Chatuchak Market

Wang Saen Suk (Buddhist Hell // buddyjskie piekło)

Wat Sothon Wararam Worawihan (+the town of Chachoengsao)

In between // Pomiędzy

Khao Yai

Just a few snaps from the Khao Yai National Park (totally worth it! Especially when camping surrounded by Sambar deers with occasional small Indian Civet and porcupine running around; plus lots more if you venture deeper into the forest, preferably with a guide) + few other spots that I visited and re-visited in Thailand.

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Parę fotek z Parku Narodowego Khao Yai (polecam! Niezapomniane wrażenia z noclegu pod namiotem w otoczeniu jeleni oraz przebiegających tu i ówdzie wiwer malajskich i jeżozwierzy; a oprócz tego, całe mnóstwo zwierzaków ukrytych w lesie, po którym chętnie oprowadzą Was przewodnicy) a także z paru innych miejscówek, które odwiedziłem podczas kolejnej wycieczki po Tajlandii.

My excuse to go there was meeting with Maciek, a friend from Warsaw, married with kids to a Thai girl, arriving to visit his new family. I thought this could be a good starting point for a trip around Thailand.

First thing we did together was checking out one of those famous unfinished skyscrapers (guarded by a bunch of junkies who try to get money out of those who want to visit the site) and nearby temple – Wat Yannawa. Maciek was also my guide in the condo (little quarter) in the outskirts where he lives with his family. The outskirts were OK but let’s head for the centre:)

Sleeping in Khao San Road is a mistake. Actually, sleeping is physically impossible – hostel walls (180 baht for a mini-room) are shaking with the sound of surrounding bars (a disco to the left, to the right – Thai singers singing American 80-90’s classics,…