Padi Madi Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPadi Madi Guest House Bangkok
For 8 hours, it's worth the $30. But not s dine more. No hair drier. Wifi was decent. No shower curtain. 'Free amenities' included a small bar of soap and a tiny shampoo. Good for a short night-
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The flight to Hong Kong was only 15 hours. Funny, it didn't seem that long. Two movies, two documentaries, part of a paperback book, and a little sleep made the time go by quickly. Thank God I had the first row in the middle section of the airplane. Tons of legroom. The two movies? The End of the Tour with Jason Siegel and Frozen. Hey. Don't judge …
... city and a few scorpions later we decided to go for something cheap to eat and then to a show at the new riverfront mall 'Asiatique' We ended up at calypso cabaret which is basically a cheesy ladyboy show where half women prance around the stage miming to their favourite pop star. We both thought it was a little bit strange but also funny at times. A great experience anyway ...
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... I headed outside the airport to see what street-food stalls i could find - Bangkok never sleeps remember. I found a place selling quarter and half chickens. As i mentioned in the last blog entry, i'd gone semi-vegiterian during my 3 months in India. It was so, so good to have meat again - and no, that's not a euphemism for ladyboys now i'm back in Thailand. I felt like Popeye after he's eaten his spinach. Once the buses had started, i made my way to the Khao San ...
It's was an excellent interactive hands on museum, plus air conditioned!