Shambara Boutique Hostel
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Up early-ish this morning and took full advantage of the complimentary coffee and toast in the hostel at breakfast-time, and chatted a little with a French girl. Was after half-ten by the time I got myself sorted and out - had decided to stay a extra night but had to move room as ended up in a double last night because they were out of singles...so …
Hardly slept on the plane to Bangkok thanks to the large man next to me who was impinging on my space. Then had to wait for a ridiculously long time in the queue at passport control...finally gave in and changed queue, in retrospect would have been much better off doing it sooner, despite traditional advice on the subject.
Took the …
Jetlag woke us at 5am on our first day in Bangkok. We waited a couple of hours, then got up and went to the 7 eleven. Khao San Road was a different place early in the morning. For one thing it was actually a street, and could be used as such. Most of the food vendors had gone, the shops were closed up and just a few Westerners remained in …
Back in Bangkok we made our way back to the same guesthouse we always stay at and had a nice dinner, making plans for our time in Vietnam. We were excited; we were heading to Saigon the next day!
We woke up early and I reviewed some of our information about Vietnam, how to get from the airport to our guesthouse etc. Then for some reason I …
Having nursed our hangovers, we set out to see the sites of Bangkok on Sunday afternoon. We planned to see the grand palace and various other famous landmarks, then end up in Chinatown for dinner. On our way out of the Khao San district we walked passed a wat (temple complex) that wasn't on our map and decided to have a look. It was a peaceful …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsShambara Boutique Hostel Bangkok
Was very clean, air-con was definitely effective. Staff was friendly. Only ate in the restaurant once but it was lovely. Loved having my complimentary toast and coffee in the mornings. Was maybe a little quiet/unsociable for me as I was travelling alone, but this was no fault of the hostel's - I think it was just because there were not a huge number of rooms and therefore guests.
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