The Victory Executive Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... official cérémonies... À real gem, . Unfortunately, I cannot send more than there pictures on the same envoy.... We were very much impressed by the beauty of those numerous buildings présented to us by à French speaking guide! We also visited the Temple of the latine Buddha,,, palace and temple all in gold, Yesterday I forgot to mention that Léo-Paul Sté à fried scorpion... Yum yum said he? I had to stop him from eating fried worms and ...
On Saturday 10th January, Dave and I started our trip to SE Asia. We flew via Oman into Bangkok and arrived on 12th January early in the morning. Our taxi journey into the city was an interesting start. The driver didn't know where to go and his car was close to breaking down several times!! We made it though and arrived at our hostel, Oldtown, which is our home for the next two nights. As we were early we had to wait to check in so we went ...
... guests take a snack is beyond me. We paid good money to stay here, what is the difference?!?! I feel bloated and overstuffed but I feel like I won the battle of Ashley vs. breakfast buffet.
Hopefully, there is no war. We will just have to check our balance statement thoroughly tomorrow upon our departure.
We again visited MBK Shopping Mall and had subway, yes it was exactly the same and yes I will start eating more of the local cuisine Cara! Having packed up our room and headed down to the hotel lift lobby where we'd been told we were being picked up by coach to journey upto Chiang Mai. Whilst checking out the receptionist seemed happy to see me and gave me a piece of paper with information of a place in Bangkok ...
... with the police shutting down the street a lot because of the military being in power and a curfew being implemented.
Today is another chilled day, this afternoon I go to Chiang Mai so I’m quite excited to see northern Thailand, and it is also my first night train in South East Asia so all in all a bit of an Adventure, sorry for the being a bit rubbish at keeping up with this and when I get the chance I will try and catch up, anyway bye for ...