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TravelPod Member ReviewsBabylon Bangkok
Spartain looking rooms with exposed pipes, richard Rogers style on the celing. I had a doujble room which could have been quite small for two but there was a second bed. The main bed was between tow walls so you had to climb in from the bottom. Low lighting which was a bit difficult to see at times. No bedside lamp but I guess they're not expecting guests to be reading at bed time. Showers, toilet and basins are communal and likewise a bit dark. Otherwise very comfortable with excellent staff. Handy to the busy sauna which takes up the bottom three floors. this has steam and hot rooms, a swim ming pool, bars, cafe and restaurant all extremely affordable. On the third flooy you can have an excellent massage - genuine and no funny business - if you wnat that, go to the steam room or cruise area.
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So yeah, I am --aaarggghh- leaving my camping gear behind. Do these next four months in guest houses and maybe pick up the tent and such once I return to Thailand and bring it back to where ever I have left my bike! Possibly Nepal... Ahhh! Too far in the future to worry about now!
In these moments before I leave my familiar world of Thailand, anticipation of what's ahead has completely engulfed me, oddly bringing me to that place of being very present ...
... yeilded zero discounts, but discovered a hidden gem (hiddenish) at the far end of Soi Rambuttri. Brutal but excellent massage, tips galore and much relaxations.
Satay and noodles, then an argument in Sawasdee House. Time to go home I think.
Luke takes roof photos, while Sarah kills 7 hours on the internet. Wedding photos.
Sarahs first ever room services, a sign of things to come. We can get food, without even leaving the room!!
... only negative was that if you looked at something then decided you didn't want to buy it, it was very awkward trying to leave because we simply had to wait for the boat to pull away, which could take a while. When we got back to Bangkok we went to a big shopping mall and had some lunch. It was in a food court which served almost every type of food. I had an Indian butter chicken because I really like ...
... here. It is quite a new taxi and the driver is very helpful and tells us the taxi ride will be 40 minutes! He has a USB socket on his dashboard and Jamie asks if he can charge his phone and so we also listen to Jamie's music and watch the info on the TV screen. The fare is less than a fiver. Our next bargain is at the entrance where, as is typical in Thailand, foreigners tickets cost a hefty amount more than Thais. Jamie shows them his Thai driving licence and they ask if we ...
... in mustard sauce, egg fried rice. Interesting....!
After breakfast, we made our way through the barricades (I feel a Spandau Ballet song coming on) to the skytrain to make the journey to The Grand Palace and Wat Pho - a couple of the main cultural attractions in Bangkok and we discovered not that easy to get to! You have to take the train or metro as far as you can go across town but this is basically only halfway there! Perhaps ...