Travel: Bangkok Thailand – Day 4: Pratunam Post Office, Platinum Mall Food Court, Central World Naraya, Siam Paragon, Black Canyon Coffee, Asiatique, Number One Massage Pratunam (Avoid Please!)

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Started my 4th day in Bangkok with a trip to Pratunam Post Office, which is in Soi 19, just beside my hotel, GLOW Pratunam Hotel. It is also opposite the Sabx2 Wonton Noodles.

The first floor handles parcels – a lot of locals were there to send out their parcels. The second floor handles the other postal and philately stuff. So if you are going to get stamps, head to the second floor.

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Travel: Taiwan – Taipei Day 4 (永和豆漿, 阿宗面綫,eslite xinyi, agnès b. cafe, Taipei 101)

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The day started off by a drizzle of rain, and losing our way while trying to find our breakfast place.

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Travel: Taiwan – Taipei Day 3 (Yangmingshan, Danshui)

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Day 3!  Another nightmarish day for me.

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Travel: Taiwan – Taipei Day 2 (Shifen, Karaoke)

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Rise & Shine! It’s the 2nd day at Taipei, and we woke up early to catch the train at Taipei Main Station.

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Travel: Western Australia – Albany, Perth Day 7

The massive power of the Southern Ocean has created the spectacular rock formations of The Gap and Natural Bridge near Albany in the Torndirrup National Park.

See the waves rush in and out with tremendous ferocity, and watch the waves surge along the sheer cliff drop. Link

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Travel: Taiwan – Taipei Day 1 (Maokong, Tripod King)

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