The Boutique Place
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... skyscrapers, and canals---this city is an amazing amalgam of
new and old, gleam and rust. It is
certainly not an oasis of calm---that’s for sure!
I’m part of a global educators’ group----we will travel
together through Thailand, to Laos and then to Vietnam before I move on to
China for my yearly gig training English teachers in Fuzhou. It's called GEEO. ...
... someone else's school we started on the ton of paperwork we have to do. We've been told it gets easier, but I think my lesson plans took me longer today than any other day so far, simply because I feel like I need to think about them far more than we were originally led to believe. We weren't the only standbys today either. A girl called Emily and a guy called Max were also safe and we all gathered in one room and started ...
... we headed back out at 10pm where we had Pad Thai over drinks. Walking down the Khao San Road, we stopped off at a massage salon where everyone is sitting outside having massages. It looked fab. JP would only go if we got head/neck/back massages so that's what we had. It was £5 for the 2 of us for 30 mins. I had a cheeky peek at Jack during his first massage and he was eyes closed, mouth open. I think he was enjoying it. After our ...
... court up to twice daily, filling up for as little as $5 for the three of us. A walk down Chinatown is also a must. Be willing to forego a table at a restaurant, and rather just buy whatever takes your fancy from a few street stalls as you go. The parks. One of our early highlights in Bangkok was the discovery of Benchasiri Park, just one of several large public parks around Bangkok. The best time to visit Benchasiri - or any Bangkok Park for that matter - is after work ...
... to take us into the city. The driver quoted us a price of 800 baht for the journey. From my research I had learned that the taxis are all metered. I insisted that he switch on his meter (which he had hidden under a cloth) and eventually, very reluctantly, he did so. Why are airport taxi drivers the world over all such rogues? When we reached the Grand Swiss Sukhumwit Hotel 40 minutes later the charge was 300 baht.
The hotel was hidden down a side street ...