Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Bangkok Trip - Day 4

Our flight is at 3.15pm and we have planned to leave for airport when we check out by 12noon.

So after breakfast at 9am, we walked down the road to Pratunam wholesale market for a quick last round of shopping. The place was already crowded by shoppers and I bought some kids clothing and some for myself. Ended up spending another 900baht and that's it, my wallet is finally emptied, :(

We packed all our stuff, and of course I packed mine into hubby's luggage bag as well since he only bought 2 jerseys & 2 T-shirts, there's still ample space to put my things in, hehehe :P

We reached Suvarnabhumi airport around 1pm and we checked in early. Both of our luggage bags weigh only 14kg in total, well at least I know that next time I could actually buy more & not worrying that the baggage will exceeds the weight limit, hahaha :D

2 luggage bags full, with my backpack and a hand carry plastic bag.

We hang around in this new airport & had our lunch. The food here are very expensive. We thought of going McD to eat the Pork burger but there wasn't one in the airport, so we headed to Burger King, which we then found that it's closed for renovation... :( We ended up having Pizza for lunch, not bad at all.

Our flight took off on time and we reached LCCT around 6.15pm, and I just can't wait to rush home to see Dillon & Kaith....

I have really enjoyed this trip, but it'd be better if I have had the right companion who would enjoy shopping as much as I do, hahaha, too bad hubby only enjoyed the food while the other couple friends, I'm not sure if they enjoyed the trip though. To be frank, I haven't had enough shopping this time (will it ever be enough?) so I'm definitely going back to Bangkok again, with my mummy friends. :)

16 comments:

Ann said...

I shall comment only on the last day...but all your 3 days looked like great food and great shopping!

Take some pics of your shopping items too...

You are one go-about mum!

LZmommy said...

Quite a fruitful trip for you :) Haven't been there for a long time....

You are right. must choose the right company for shopping trip.

Karen said...

Thanks for your comments Ann, I will try to snap some pics of my shopping items but am a bit lazy now after writing 4 very long posts, hahahaha

Lzmommy, then it's time you plan for a shopping trip and spring clean your wardrobe (and the kid's)? :) hehe

Lemonjude said...

Thanks for sharing up the Bangkok trip...you are so fast in sorting out everything and salute you can rememebr all food name and price..

A very fruitful trip you have. I think next round you can do better..I mean shop for 2 more luggage back...hahaha..

U makes me want to go Bangkok now..

sting said...

still can put more things inside.. should have shop for more! hehe.. you must have missed the kids so so much :-)

Blessed mum said...

heehee.. i always go there with a near empty bag + 1 extra. Hubby always "faint" whenever I comes home with 2 big bags! : P

Going with the right companion really makes a lot of diff.

Malaika's mummy said...

Yeap, one must choose the right company for shoppng trip.

Your post makes me want to go to Bangkok too. I like the big weekend market, so much to shop.

jazzmint said...

wow wow...shopping spree kekeke....i do miss bangkok

wen said...

i hv been wanting to go to bangkok!

chanelwong said...

it must be a good breakaway for you...glad to see you happy...

CatLover said...

Wow. you really have a good trip to Bangkok. Did you buy durian crackers ? I love it so much !
Btw, i like your blog header pix. Trust me Dillion will have a lot of fans in kinder soon.

Bangkok Hotels said...

Have you ever go to Kaosarn Road? I think that Kaosarn Road is good for young travellers. Around the street, there are a number of old buildings and temples, some of which have been transformed into restaurants and even tattoo parlours, although you will still find quiet family homes if you look deep enough. Aside from some interesting architecture, Banglampoo shows the mix of peoples and heritages that is the character of Bangkok.

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