Napa Place Bed & Breakfast
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... embassy was also on the way, so we dropped in our passports and visa application forms there without any hassle, and were told they would be ready to pick up the following Monday. Easy! Jobs done!!
As I said, most of our time in Bangkok we just chilled. Ate a lot, had a few massages, slept a lot, sat in executive lounge a lot! The first few days we basically did zero sightseeing. We hung out around the hotel and along Sukhumvit Road, where you could spend the entire ...
From Chiang Mai five of us got an overnight train to Bangkok. In Bangkok we went up the tallest building to see the vast expanse of the city. Afterward we were walking the streets when we came across a pen with some lambs in it, initially I had the horrible feeling that the lamb were there to be pick up for someone's dinner but instead there were there so you could pay to feed one milk! milk it was so cute! That evening we got another overnight train to Surat ...
... have ever stayed at.
It was spectacular!
Including the ensuite we had our own lounge, bar and dining room. And to top it off they had prepared a cake to celebrate our honeymoon. I just love love love McGallery!
Even though we were absolutely exhausted I was by no means going to miss out on the awesome bath and enjoyed a quiet soak before falling into the deepest sleep on the comfy bed.
... who work there are making everything up as they go, and have never been to or seen any other airport in the world ever. This may be true. I’ve done a fair bit of flying in my life, and it turns out that there are things I just took for granted as being part of the package.
One such luxury that KTM did not provide was a way to figure out which gate your flight is departing from at what time. Going through security is a bit of fun on its ...
... last part of the Grand Palace in desperate search of some water and somewhere cool to sit down... crikey, I sound like I'm about 80! In spite of this, it is most definitely still worth a visit. I also enjoyed the journey to and from the Grand Palace by river ferry along Bangkok's Chao Phraya, costing a mere 15 baht (30p)! It felt great to travel with the locals (and the monks... although women are not allowed to sit next to them), and passing many sights and temples along ...