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TravelPod Member Reviews48 Ville Bangkok
590baht a room with aircon
free fast wifi
VERY tasty and cheap cafe on groundfloor
Quick walk to cinemas/shopping malls
Lots of taxis about
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Jeff and I flew from Mandalay to Bangkok and are spending the night at a hotel near Don Mueang International Airport before our connecting flight to Bali, Indonesia, early tomorrow morning.
Got up at 8:18 a.m. at AD 1 Hotel in Mandalay. Eat breakfast on the roof with John, a New Zealander whom I met on the bus from Bagan to Mandalay. Jeff …
... Thai fashions is that they were air conditioned! Which we desperately needed! So we go to another Thai fashion jewelry store and the lady who follows you around the store knew we weren't going to buy anything so she didn't even let us look!! I was trying to look and she kept saying come along, come along. She then dropped us off near the souvenirs and exit- LOL we killed ourselves laughing. But we made sure we stayed atleast 10 minutes so our driver wouldn't take is to ...
... myself until the young man reverentially called me 'grandma' ! Respect of course , and Oun does call me his 'foreign mum' but still ........ Grandma! To make life easier for Oun to get his young family home, I got him to drop me at the end of the Skytrain line so I could get straight back to Sukhumvit and my hotel. Today really was a good overload. Well one has to be polite and eat everything on the plate! Next morning I planned to take it easy and catch up with this blog. ...
... of us, to another lane, bursting out between two cars into a free lane, swerving here and there with the deft and adept perception of one who has been doing this for a long time. He made Jason Bourne look like an amateur. I wonder what he thought of us. He couldn't understand what we were saying. It must've all just been just a tangle of sounds, a noisy cacophony that lacked coherence and meaning. We laughed nervously as he drived. Out of the corner of my eye I saw a sign that ...
... city. It is far busier than the Mekong at Ho Chi Minh City or the Tonle Sap in Phnom Penh. I sailed north until I got past a huge bridge which looked like a giant sail. From here I ambled my way through the bus markets of the streets north of Khao San road.
My second walk was an ever longer one. This time, I headed east past the Democracy monument and up the roof of the temple in front of the Golden ...