Howard Square Boutique Hotel
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... for it and asked several taxis if they would take us, but they wouldn't go by meter. 800 baht, they would say. 700 baht. Eventually we had to settle for 600 which was three times more than we'd paid to get there, but retrospectively £12 for an hour-long taxi journey isn't too shabby. By the time we got home we were cold and tired (genuinely cold, the wind and the rain was quite potent!). It was time for bed, and perhaps time to dream about what creative endeavours my future ...
... needed in English and we were on our way. We even managed the correct transfer further down the line. The sky trains are thankfully air conditioned and afford a great view of the city below as we sped to our destination at the other end of the city.
We got off with most of the other riders at the market stop and fell into the crowd moving towards the market. Yes it is huge!!!. The stalls are endless offering everything from cheap trinkets and souvenirs to ...
... where to hang the undies??????
Showered and refreshed - hadn't showered since yesterday morning - phew, wondered what that smell was.
Back at the hospital - huge cost for 15 minutes drive -$ 2.60. Found Bob wandering the corridors with a physio - and when he returned his blood pressure was normal. Yeeeeeehaaaaaaaaaa.He looked as though he was in a jujitsu uniform - and gained a black belt - felt it was a bit soon to getting that ...
... an avid collector of art and antiques. In the sixties, on holiday in Malaysia staying with friends, he went out walking one day, and was never seen again.There are many stories of what happened to him, from being eaten by a tiger to being abducted and killed by the American secret service; but the truth remains unknown. His nephew inherited the business and the house; he gifted the house to the people of Thailand, and it remains as a fascinating museum. The walk there was ...
... for breakfast and a casual walk around Khao San Road. I grabbed some lunch before heading out to the wharf to make the long journey back to the Embassy. Getting there was no problem, same as the day before. When I arrived at the Embassy there wasn't too many people lining up thankfully however the sun was bearing down on the line on the right side of the road so I stayed in the shade on the other side for a while - wrong move! More and more people joined the line until it grew quite ...