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TravelPod Member ReviewsEbina House Bangkok
It was a great first hotel stay in Thailand. Perfect for such a large group like OEG. I loved my room on the 9th floor because we got good access to internet.
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... esses an extensive collection of antiques that has been beautifully woven into the decor of the place. Built three years ago and opening in 2012, this quaint oasis in Bangkok is like a museum. Literally, around every corner there awaits some enchanting antiquity. Our room had two curio cabinets filled with beautiful carvings of majestic elephants, while the walls were decorated with framed articles, posters and photos of these gentle giants from eras gone by. Display ...
... my tastes, although the architecture is breathtaking.
Visiting Temples in Asia I have learned can be amazing if you truly take in all the history, majesty, and awesomeness that they are. And it can also be exhausting because a lot of the time they all look the same. But since I figure part of this trip is to open my eyes and see the world, I will keep going to each and every one and continue to enjoy their sheer amazingness. I mean how often can you see an Asian ...
... etc spot loan.
These loans lay some requirements, which need to be fulfilled by the borrower:spot loan
1. he/she should be employed on permanent terms and conditions, for at least 6 months,
2. should hold a valid and active checking account,
3. should be at least 18 years of age,
... hotel we had a welcoming shower to wash off many layers of sweat and then re-packed our luggage again in preparation for an early start tomorrow (leaving the hotel at 5am!). Once dressed we met the rest of the group in the foyer for our first evening meal together. We ate at a restaurant called Villa Cha-Cha in the road adjacent to Khao San Road which served a good mix of Thai and Western dishes much to everyone's delight with a range of dishes being selected by the group ...
... at the market.
The first stop was the seafood market. If it hadn't been for the experience, anyone would go running out of this place! The smells were beyond putrid. It was fishy and rotten smelling due to the insane heat and humidity around here. I slipped a couple of times on some fish slick. That was fun. Lou Lou purchased some purple corn for us to munch on for the ferry ride over to where we were headed. Definitely different tasting and surprisingly all ...