The Heritage Hotel Sathorn
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... thimble and myself a shirt and beer cup holder.
We then went home to relax for a bit and then went to dinner with Nabs dad at a Japanese restaurant where they had a grill in front of you that you grilled the pieces of meat on -- everything from little ribs, marbled filets, fish and onions. This was the most amazing day of food probably in ...
... amp; also stop at the white temple, only built 15-20 years ago, the roof is damaged due to the after affects of an earthquake earlier in the year. We get here to our guesthouse around 7.30 pm & are speechless at the rooms. Concrete walls, no paint, flooring, open bathrooms so you can hear your neighbour. Shower just next to toilet all on same level. Bugs on the floor the lot! We quickly keep our ...
... having a lovely shower, getting on some comfy clothes for our sleeper train, we step outside to torrential rain & got soaked on our 5 min walk to the station, water up to ankles & soaking wet feet. Not ideal. Soon the train arrived & we boarded the sleeper. Well our faces said it all. It was grim, depressing, grey metal, uncomfortable seats & the toilet well OMFG! No glass, open window, so as ...
... much more amusing! 6.00pm - we have now come down for our G adventure tour welcome meeting only to find out that we start a day later than we thought! So we thought we would have to pay for another night's accommodation, but then found out that G-Adventures have actually paid for this. So not so bad! Just means we get another night in Bangkok! ...
... or sometimes nothing separating you from the Cho Phraya river. It's great though, the locals use it and you get to see some of the temples along the way! I met a guy from Taiwan who happened to be on a tour, when I told him I was from the UK he couldn't believe it, was so excited and wanted a picture with me, I obliged.. Alas, my first friend in south East Asia haha! Now the tuk-tuks... Had I not done my prior research about how they operate, the scams they pull and the methods they ...