Howard Square Boutique Hotel
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... bus; bought his THB20 ice-cream (in Hot Dog Bun) and got back in the bus scoffing his face. The driver ripped around his head when he heard the door opening wondering what the hell was going on - I explained in Thai he was heading for the Vendor for a snack and the driver was fine with my explanation.
Checked into the hotel and straight up to the room. Unpacked a few things and ventured down for a late afternoon swim ...
... Garçon I hit the hay as we were checking out early to go to Ayutthaya in the morning. Overall Bangkok has been an experience and we definitely will have to head back here at some point on the trip. Next time will probably be a flying visit for the day to go elsewhere as I feel we have enjoyed the nightlife aspect of the city enough and I'm not sure we want to be fending off Tuk Tuk drivers, people trying to sell you a suit and the smell of the city for a long period of time ...
... Additionally, she "re-invests" 20% of her profits into other small start up businesses as a way of "paying it forward". The link to her website is as follows in case anyone is interested in learning more about her: http://cookingwithpoo.com/
Today, myself and 11 others from our community spent the morning with Poo and her team. It truly was an eye-opening experience. We started the day off with ...
... are pretty amazing as each serving cost about the equivalent of about 50 cents. Being a vegetarian, it is a little more challenging to eat at the stalls so I found a quaint little Indian restaurant and orders two veggie dishes (enough for two generous portions) for about $5 total!
There are many options for restaurants close by, from Mexican (my ...
... feelings, turns out the whole "special tourist day" is actually a scam. Not to worry- we only spent 40 Baht ($1.19) on a 3 hour tuktuk, temple tour (say that 4 times fast- no really, it's fun on the tongue) and said "no thank you" to all the shopping spots he tried to take us. I do kinda wish I had gotten a pin stripe pant suit for ...