Queen's Garden Resort at River View
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because I knew that the owners would take forever,fixed it till it broke again anyway.
Later that night went to Siam Square, it had an amazing food court that was truly massive
then got sardined Tokyo style into the Asoke bound train. From there walked two stations along sukhamvit road.Had a coffee somewere but not impressed with the almost suburban touristy vibe.Got kind of lost twice in chinatown,again on my way back.
... of the world hadn't kicked in yet. We headed from Calgary to San Francisco for a short non-eventful layover. Next stop was Tokyo, Japan. We boarded the plane from San Francisco onto ANA Airlines, and for the record, these guys are awesome! After the first couple bows from the flight attendants, we automatically decided that this is a country we want to visit. Now some people might say it was the Ativan making us happy, but we're optimistic and still ...
... warned! Midnight arrives and brings with it John's birthday and some appropriate music from the DJ.
I seem to all too easily down an amazing number of espresso martinis and before you know it it's time to hail a taxi. I am shocked to find it is 5.30am Sunday morning! To my reckoning, since leaving Uk after rising at 7.30am on Friday - not including the few snoozes on the plane - we've been up for 46 hours!
... with little food and in poor conditions. Anyone who was a threat or anyone like a doctor, lawyer, teacher plus every single member of their families were hunted down and arrested. They were tortured at S21 until they admitted to crimes they never committed and then taken to the fields and murdered in cold blood by Pol Pots army he had built. Most of the officers were forced and threatened with their life if they did not carry out their duties. S21 is the museum in the town which was ...
... need. Indeed Bangkok Airlines with whom we flew, were first class. The seats were roomy, the flight crew very attentive and even on such a short flight (1 hour), refreshments were served. One incident which amused us was the rapport between the ground crew and pilot. The Thai people are very polite and courteous people and will always greet and bid farewell by placing their hands together as if in prayer. After watching the ground crew give the customary 'thumbs up' to the ...