Room@Bangkok Bed and Breakfast
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... we thought we were having a pet mover from Koh Lanta to Atyrau. So the room at W Bangkok, already paid for with Expedia, was a double hit.
My first best friend at the reception desk – oh, sorry my second best friend. The first was Khun Boy who was our greeter and luggage porter. Anyway, the reception guy informs me of the Baht 170 daily cleaning charge on pet rooms. OK, I thought that would be included in the room charge for a pet room, but ...
... started out in housekeeping, then worked her way up to a receptionist, then secretary, then tour guide! She is so darling. She's a tall 4'5 with a big smile, onyx black hair and a positive attitude. She is Buddhist and believes that we should always speak positively of others because what comes out of our mouths reflects who we are. She said also that Buddhists believe
that you should never force anyone to do something, always give them a choice and ...
... a boss would tell a hard-working, dedicated, popular teacher like me such a bald-faced lie. I have a theory about that: According to our contract, the teachers at my school are allowed to take off one six-week teaching term, without pay, per year. To me that was one of the main attractions of the job: plenty of free time to travel - in lieu of money. I liked to take my term off during the hot season - and flee Thailand for cooler climes. But the term that ...
... things tend to not matter anymore after a while as a backpacker.
Chinatown is very lively, especially at night, and if i can forget the vendors selling shark fin soup, i can say that i even liked it. Our street is a bit like a market selling everything you need (and do not need come to this of it). After that we moved to the backpacker's heaven of Khao San street where everything a tourist needs is ...
... any incoming cars. I’m telling you, cars and scooters alike came out of nowhere flying from all directions making me run for my dear life as opposed to Michel zigzagging his way in between them with no worry at all kind of look!
Without being overcrowded, lots of people from all walks of life were at the station buying tickets, waiting in ...