The Ravipha Residential and Serviced Apartments
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> The reason for the above note is it reassures me that Bob is really in the best hands - a world recognised facility with exceptional facilities and specialists.
Patients come from all over the world - hence the tag " medical tourism" - costs are much lower than their country, they get treated straight away with exceptional care. I have met a few partners who have said that they are from Europe - and would have to wait ...
... ignore, I am merely exaggerating for effect; we are both fine)
Day one, pretty casual. Kirsty Hughes managed to keep us awake by dragging us to all the essential Bangkok sites including Khao San Road (ultimately a maga strip but just with better drunk food... Thailand, my spring roll addiction is becoming uncontrollable)! A smooth intro to Bangkok, and Kirsty it was lovely to see you!
Relaxed by the pool after breakfast and the Sunday paper. Strolled to the Sofitel to look in the S Gallery. SOS (an innovative street artist-graffiti) had just been taken down. Brightly coloured - Mario, Mickey Mouse and other characters. A new one was just being put out and due to open tomorrow ( listed as being Feb 5-Mar 5). Anamorphoses: See the world through Charles Maze's eyes. Overseen ...
... others, talking about God knows what. Do these girls even understand English? We;ve noticed that the Thai aren't very strong English speakers so I'm not sure about these girls' mastership (can you say that? lol I guess I haven't mastered the language either) of English. After staying around Nana for about 30 minutes, we took a cab back to our hotel to a very different Khao San rd. It was way more packed than it was before we'd left and the girls have come out. I'm sitting in ...
... different, much quieter (relatively, it's by no means quiet), the roads have less cars on, less tourists and people seem so much more friendly. I'm not going to put this down to just the holiday season, I think this is just the real Bangkok and we've loved every minute of it!
On our last night we had our last corn on the cob, spring rolls and of course our last fruit shake (probably number 50,000 of the Asian trip)! We got a shuttle to the airport which ...