Far East Inn
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... honest, none of it sounded particularly tempting In the end Jody opted for Stir Fried Mushroom with Lily Bulbs and Macadamia Nuts for £10. Very pricy for us. Bryan had Stir fried vegetables with Szechwan sauce.
The food was wonderful and much better than either of us hoped for.
Bryan then had an amazing cocktail called Fire.
you can see how it ...
... boutique hotel with an extremely modern look and super high tech features. You have an iPad that controls everything in the room from mood lights to air-conditioning.
We visited the famous attractions like the Wat Pho (temple of the reclining Budha) and the grand Palace, but what will stay with us the most is our cycling trip through the centre of Bangkok. This tour is not about seeing ...
... before a short trip to the 7/11 on the corner for a few supplies for the room. Phone mum to report our safe arrival.
Mid afternoon Jai pops out for coffees to wash down the pastries we kept from the flight but neither of us feel much like going out walking.
Jai phones around family to see what has been happening and daughter Jiap agrees to come and pick us up Saturday morning. The plan ...
After a brief sleep we hopped on the hotel boat which took us to Taksin - Skytrain, tuk tuk or more boating options. We chose the fun option - Elly's 1st tuk tuk - to Khao San road - a veritable jumble of street massage parlours, clothes stalls, fake IDs and lighters for sale, bars, and of course ...
... for all shoppers. I left the market hungry, hot, and worn out so decided to head back to the hotel. I arrived back at the hotel and had a spot of late lunch/early dinner at around 5pm. After some dinner and a quick shower, I loaded myself up like a mule and headed for the train station. Now I could see the train station however I couldn't see any pedestrian crossings to safely cross the heavily busy roads. But I then remembered that there was an exit for Hua ...