Howard Square Boutique Hotel
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... hotel tomorrow and moving to hospital where they assure me will be a "big room with a view" - hmmmmmmm- we'll see. Not sure how this all works - but both Dr Vikrom and Dr Raman (turban) have said there is a room at the hospital - like a hotel room.
They may actually admit me in to the psych ward - feel as though this experience has driven me around the bend!
Sorry there isn't more definite information - was hoping to have a day/time of flight - patience, patience.
... not Small, as I'd always previously thought! Really enjoyed it but we did put the subtitles on as it's so hot here Jiamie has a large fan blowing on us to keep us cool but it has the same effect as spies want when they go into the bathroom and run showers to muffle their phone calls. I loved the language and think I might have actually missed a lot if we hadn't got the subtitles to guide us through the olde fashioned words used. ...
... backpacker in my hostel, that evening I spent wondering round the craziness that is Khoisan Road. Despite seeing Thai writing on posters and bunting of the Thailand flag strung from building to building, there was nothing to suggest that I was in Thailand. I felt like I could have been anywhere in the world. No masses of Asian people, just masses of backpackers in Elephant Pants (Nothing against them, I have 4 pairs myself). Only stalls of fried scorpions ...
... some of rural thailand. We visited the Museum of Siam today and it was very interesting to learn about the history of the country, I am particularly interested to learn more about Buddhism. As alot of our time has been spent in temples I am very keen to get an idea of the meanings behind all the Buddha statues and the beliefs and cultures associated. The next step in our journey tomorrow, heading north to Sukhothai, an old capital of South East ...
Another jet-lagged night. This time, asleep about 11:30, and awake again before midnight! This is awful. Little sleep until about 5:30, so bleary eyed when we rose at about 10. We decided to try the hotel breakfast. Hmm, not the best decision. I think they learned from the Japanese, since Tokyo was where I first experienced sliced white bread that was about half an inch thick; when toasted, it looks delicious; but as soon as you trty to spread butter on it, if turns into a ...