Bangkok YWCA

Address: 13 Sathorn Tai Road, Bangkok, 10120, Thailand | Hostel
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        Travel Blogs from Bangkok

        Too many temples!

        A travel blog entry by glynfamily on Oct 30, 2015

        ... appeared to be as young as 10, up to the most senior and elderly monks. The kids enjoyed putting coins in the monks' alms bowls. Wat Pho is also home to over 300 Buddha statues, many of which were rescued from a monastery near then Burmese border and brought to Bangkok and restored. Next was the Grand Palace, the current Royal Palace and home to the royal family. The palace is made up of numerous buildings all closely positioned over ...

        Back in Bangers

        A travel blog entry by on Sep 26, 2015

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        ... day, more human than good. It can be, and is, prone to collapse in extremis. It's for men in an Asian relationship to be constantly aware of human nature while appreciating the exceptional loveliness of Asian women's regard.

        Superficially, one wonders whether the Asian lifestyle is as sustainable as Adelaide's: a half a million new cars hit the Bangkok streets every year, the streets are narrow and space to widen roads limited, all this when, ...


        A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Jun 30, 2015

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        The first lesson at Wattana today was cancelled, this meant a half an hour lay in. YES. I didn't really understand why, when a 50 minute lesson had been cancelled, we only left half an hour later, but who am I to complain. We ended up arriving 50 minutes early and that gave us some time to prepare for our lessons. When 8:50 came around, nobody showed up. At 9:00 there was still no one there. By 09:20 we were getting a little worried so the girls went ...

        Taken 4

        A travel blog entry by rspaven on May 21, 2015

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        ... before grey English skies zaps any colour from me...I end up a lobster instead. I think I managed to escape just in time but a day out of the sun is definitely needed. One saving grace of Phuket was the food market we wandered to for dinner. Huge woks where they cooked dishes on demand, adding all the ingredients fresh to the pan ready for our hungry mouths. Landing swiftly back in Bangkok and on the bus on the way to our hotel our driver decided to pick his ...

        Day Eighteen - Temples in Bangkok

        A travel blog entry by romney39 on Apr 26, 2015

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        ... shorts were not long enough! Back we had to go again, past the ticket office, dodging thousands of other people (I have never seen anything like it!) and back to the main gate where appropriate clothing could be borrowed. I knew in advance that the girls and I had to wear long pants and have our shoulders covered, but I didn't take notice that Simon also had to have pants down to his ankles (I was just thinking past our knees).

        So for the third time we line up at the gates to ...