Floraville Serviced Apartments
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I checked into this unbelievable 5* hotel called Pawanthum Princess hotel. Spent the day by the rooftop pool awaiting the arrival of Alastair. In the evening we went for dinner at this restaurant 'Cabbages and Condoms' where all the proceeds go to supporting local women's sexual health before heading to a couple of ...
... but it wasn't working out. I walked to meet her and missed her coming back. She went out to meet me and missed me (same street- opposite sides) I was on the back of a motorcycle on the way to the hotel and who should be right in front of me on the back of another cycle- my friend Sonia. I pulled up next to her and we both got a great laugh... looking for each other all day and we end up at the same ...
... somewhere for lunch, and looked at some possible places to eat later.
Later that day we went for something to eat, we went back to somewhere we had seen that looked pretty busy, the food was good but we had to just go with something on the menu even though we weren't too sure what we were ordering. Luckily we liked the food and only cost about 3pound!
After we had something to eat we went to a street where it had quite a few bars and we just sat and ...
... earlier today. It looks loaded with new experiences. I actually feel like this is “my” neighbourhood, it is so safe and everywhere there are things to see and immerse yourself in. We were walking down Soi Ratchadaphesik this morning and Colette stopped on a bridge to “admire” the canal we were crossing, stating “look here’s a river”…YA…it was an open sewage channel by the way it smelled ...
... hazelnuts in a nicely wrapped package. I picked it up without hesitation. I caught sight of an array of brightly colored dry fruit in plastic containers, and picked that up, too. A questioning glance from Blake urged me to do the math.
I didn't really have much math to do, though, given that I didn't really know what the exchange rate was. I nonchalantly replied that the sum of 600 baht was "somethin like a dollar."
Then I waltzed up to the cashier and handed her ...