The Regent Silom Hotel
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... my eye some documents they were looking at about treatments in Bangkok – in conversations later they told me their holiday was to Bangkok only. Good luck with your new noses!
Settling in for the journey and this foreign woman approaches the gaggle of Flight Attendants (FA) near our seats and the Galley. She starts to abuse them; swearing and carrying on like a right fob watch; in a huff she turns and walks back to her seat still in a whirl of ...
... around much in the office. We decided to head out and grab some food so we went to a place down our road that we've rather neglected since we've got here. The thing is - you have to order in Thai, and I don't think either of us feel confident in receiving a reply in Thai. Still we headed down there and tried to order and it seemed to go quite successfully (partly due to a bystander stepping in ...
... Once again though, I'll put pictures up. This was our last full day in Cambodia, we'd wished we could've had a few more days. We went to a pub to watch the Chelsea game, Jake wished we hadn't.
30th August 2015
Today we made the trek back to Bangkok via buses from Siem Reap. The first part through Cambodia was in a nice big coach, but as soon as we got to the border we had to jump off and make our way over by foot. The queues weren't as bad ...
... each century, the Grand Palace is a mazy complex of intricate and beautiful buildings reflecting several different themes: the Emerald Buddha, several halls, gardens, and chapels to go with the inner and outer courts. There are also several buildings that remain off-limits to the public as they continue to serve active functions for the royal family.
Maggie and I were particularly taken by the astounding murals of ...
... a town on the Andaman Coast of southwest Thailand. We ended up sleeping in the adjacent town of Ao Nang, more of a touristy resort area but much closer to some of the local highlights. One big draw card for this area is the sheer limestone cliffs that rise up from the ocean and peninsula. Climbers love this area, and it’s easy to see why! The cloudy and rainy weather meant we didn’t get the classic beautiful blue ocean ...