Samsen 5 Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... us a month to explore Vietnam and Cambodia. Back to the room we go. We head out to eat at the same place as the night before, but instead of one beer each we get a 3L beer thing brought to our table. Tonight should be fun. We drink and eat and the effects of alcohol begin to take effect. Ping pong show anyone!?!? - we're in Bangkok so we go with the first guy in the street to ask if we wanted to go the ping pong show - was about three steps. We go quite far ...
I continued walking, and saw a few more shrines and some city skyscrapers, then I made my way back to my hostel, stopping at the Siam Centre one more time when I saw a fountain and plaza that would make some good pictures.
So that was Day 1. A tour around the modern city sites- and it was early to bed to get up early to see the more historical sites the next day.
... or you could float down the river and hop up someone else's ladder and walk back up to the top to do it over again! Wes and I quickly found the life vests and did this numerous times. We even met some Thai kids and some older girls who were touring with them! So then it was Mira, Pio, Wes and I all floating down the river over and over with each other. We floated down so many times and laughed so much, it was great! ...
... lively and has music blaring from different bars. There are roadside vendors selling Pad Thai, chicken satays, various kinds of insects, etc. Of course, there are also shops selling all kinds of touristy stuff. Outside each bar, there are these Thai girls dressed provocatively, trying to get people to come in. The weird part is that none was of them really asked me to come in! :) I really don't know what it is about the Asian people. Its like we have never ...
... foreigners' area to get in. First stop was the reclining buddha himself. After removing shoes (we did that a lot!) we walked through into the temple. The Reclining Buddha is like nothing I have ever seen before. A huge gold statue that really has to be seen to be believed. After a few photo opportunities we continued to the shop and had our first ice lolly of the trip. When I say we saw a few Buddha's today that is an understatement. Many ...