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Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... doing hula hooping or Tai Chi and picnics galore. It's a great spot for people watching.
We buy street food for next to nothing and some cold green tea and we are in our happy place.
While we sit and feast we think we will go to a station on the BTS that we have never been to before just to see what's there. John chooses a station called Poonawhiti. It is not a happening place but we spy a coffee shop and stop by to ...
... now that I've walked maybe 10 miles w. My sack and ready to see my new home for the night. No taxi understands what I am saying, however a nice stranger on a motorbike shows up and says he can give me a lift! So, off we go! He asks for only 40 baht (slightly more than $1) so I give him 50 and he is so thankful you would think I have him 5,000! Turns out my hostel is very cute on this this adorable sort of back alley w. Tons of little shops.. After I drop my stuff I am ready for ...
... the various temples here. As it was really sticky hot here we decided to call it a day just after 3 and paid for a tuk tuk back. Traffic coming at you from all angles! Quite scary but because they do it all the time it seemed ok even when he went the wrong way down a one way street!! In the evening we grabbed some stall food from outside the hotel. Chicken pad Thai and a spring roll each a bargain at ...
... tried to take us to some jewel place but zac refused to get out of the cab. Here in Bangkok many of the taxi drivers try to sell you different things like tours to make extra cash. We decided to first check out the Grand Palace. This used to be the private home and temples for the king of Siam. It was built by Rama the first in the 1700s. The place was impressive. There facility was on 68 acres! It reminded me so much of the King and I. Lol! We got out tickets ...
... were going to fly to Kuala Lumpur (for visa reasons, we have to leave Thailand before we come back to go to the Southern islands), and we were going to lay low. A lot of the main tourist attractions were in areas affected by protests, so we wouldn't be seeing these. We're following the advice that our mummies would no doubt give, and staying well away from trouble.
After travelling overnight from Chiang Mai, we were taken by a taxi to completely the wrong side ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet