CHALEENA PRINCESS HOTEL
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... then went to Wat Pho (Buddhist temple) this was amazing however get the feeling that once you have seen one temple you have seen them all. We then discovered the ferry which goes along the Chao Phraya- after many tour boats salesmans trying to get us to pay 900bart each we found this was definitely the best way to travel without being ripped off, it was 15bart each and will take you to which ever stop ...
... of mainly street vendors mixed
with super markets, a quality Japanese department store, food courts, and lots of
electronics stores. We went into the sound room labelled BOSE and watched a demo
of how much better and richer our TV would sound if we got the Bose TV sound bar,
just one plug into to the TV. We found a Teppanyaki place and watched the chef cook
our tenderloin steak and veggies, and talked to ...
... I will not be surprised if I see a drive thru Starbucks....maybe a little jealous given we have only just got our first drive thru Costa Coffee in Sheffield.
As we approach Bangkok the smog descends and the traffic thickens. Cars Are bumper to bumper and the familiar sound of endless horns pierces the evening air.
However Bangkok is a pleasant surprise. It has transformed since I was last here ...
... an hour has gone I'm hot and flushed in the face in dia need of water! We grab a taxi.. Ohh and he just dropped us off at a random hotel. So we asked a random masseuse man who's outside his shop watering plants, And he rang the hotel for us to ask for directions. Bless him! So crossing the road and a 10min walk we were there.. Pretty sweet hostel, all new and funky designs.. The room is a box but for the price we cant complain. Its so close to the BTS ...
... it's way through the busiest streets in the capital before arriving at Lumpini Park. This necessitates closing these roads for four hours, on a weekday, during rush hour, genius!
We spend a couple of hours by the pool and then head in. First we stop for lunch at Central Chid Lom. It's lunchtime and the office workers are out and also hunting for food, it's busy busy like an upturned ants nest. It's also very hot so we opt to eat inside and find ...