Howard Square Boutique Hotel
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... Alobar in Kathmandu. The 3Howw Hostel was nice and clean and had great little capsules and showers but somehow until this time the Social aspect was missing. No big roof terrace where everyone met in the morning, people coming to the kitchen, not replying to "hey, how are you" and leaving again. I missed my new friends and the Alobar a bit.
But hey, I'm in Bangkok now. It's a big, proper city with loads of high rise buildings with big neon signs and many, many ...
... happier to engage in trying to help one. We ate in one such place, chicken with cashew nuts, while a rather dismal tutor tried to engage a small Thai boy with the joys of George's Marvellous Medicine. Thursday 30th October Armed with our purchased soap powder Roz tackled the washing machine. We breakfasted on poached eggs on toast and later listened to the Today Programme. The Ex Pat life but without any servants. After the ...
... I was willing to accept without a fuss. Then the hammer! “Because you have a pet with you, there is an additional charge on the room of Baht 350 (over a hundred dollars). Is that all right?”
Is that all right? Fakkin ell, I have already paid for two hotel rooms, so why not tack on the cost of another room to have my dog stay in a fakkin pet friendly hotel! But instead of saying that, I kept my “jai yen yen” (cool heart) and ...
... along are just incredible. A bit different from what I'm used to back home as far as breakfast is concerned but that's all part of the experience, right! I think the cuisine here will be a good way to cleanse my body and rid the toxins from that horrid pizza in China. What do you think?
I sat there for the longest time just taking it all in. I so wished I had all of you with me to share the experience in person. The funkschway of this place ...
... I decided it could wait. It was nice to take the morning slow and enjoy a Bangkok lifestyle in a place more comfortable than a hotel room. Ange's place has several patios, so I set myself up in a comfy chair, meditated and wrote my blog entry. I then decided it was time to do some laundry. I have collected far too many clothes and I need to send some of them home. I like to have my bag around the 15kg mark, with some excess space in the event I do pick up ...