Warroom Boutique Hotel
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Waking up this morning didn't feel fun. I appear to have contracted some kind of tummy bug and my body is in varying degrees of pain, which I can only assume is from going cycling. Still, I had stuff to do, so I got some writing work done and then headed downstairs to stick a wash on before heading out to finally get that haircut. When I got back Becky and I got ready to head up to Chatuchak where some of the Fun ...
... Bridge), which is the same place i saw the Loy Krathong festival, 5 years ago. There were several areas of interest. You had the activity zone which is where locals could bring their modified personal vehicles and park them up for show. There was also a Toyota unit showcasing a few of its motorsport vehicles, including the GT86. This was also the area where they held various community enterprises including the TMS (Toyota Motor Sport) Sporty Dance Contest where ...
... guided him back. Nana was an interesting place to drive through. Lots of old white men surrounded by young Thai girls and the widest array of men in drag/ladyboys you could ever imagine/wish for.
The next day we had a lie in and headed off about 11am to go and check out some of the sights. We got on the river boat going north and looked around the Grand Palace, the Temple of Dawn (although this was covered in scaffolding...), etc. We then ...
Out of the BTS at Siam and down into Siam Paragon Food Court for a Vietnamese rice noodle soup with shrimp. This just happened to be the closest mall to the station exit. Had to work out that you have to pay for a card that has preloaded with the amount that you want and this ...
... is a joke and a tasty Thai lunch at a local restaurant. We disembarked somewhere in town, wandered around the numerous clothing stalls, found our bearing and walked back to the hotel to enjoy the free minibar stocked with soft drinks, beer and a couple of snacks. Dinner on the street.
We enjoyed the hotel breakfast with very good Chinese fish mew soup then took a walk towards the Mega Center for local ...