Queen's Garden Resort at River View
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... were told that "The road was closed and that the best way there was by boat" (sound familiar). They were going to be charged 2,500 baht (£50) each. After we made sure that they got to Khaosan Road (and I had Jennifer's WeChat (even though she lives in Shanghai annoyingly)) we decided it we should go back into the city.
(Rounds 4, 5 and 6)
We called over taxi number 1 and when he tried to pull a fast one (the usual routine), Chris grabbed the guys licence. ...
... club for lunch and ate spicy noodles overlooking the lush rolling greens of the course. Little white golf carts whizzed around in the hot sun like something from the Whacky Races. Actually , Dorothy tucked into fish and chips - after eight years of living in Thailand she sometimes needs some English comfort food. Over lunch, in one of those incredible and spooky coincidences, Bob mentioned a friend back in North London with a distinctive Italian surname and it transpired that ...
... Bangkok time (ha! Take that jet lag!), spent some time looking at travel guides while eating our fresh fruit, and just relaxes. We checked out the hotels 3 restaurants in seach of breakfast and ended up at the buffet. It's nothing like OCB! This is our second time brunching at an InterContinental and I highly recommend it. The food and service are just fantastic.
We're heading out to explore ...
... for the views! Had some good street market food along the way and at lunch after I was quite full at a riverside cafe the cook came out and brought me some extra chicken. When i didn't finish it she came out and insisted, loading up the spoon with it and pushing it toward my mouth. It was funny, her gesturing that i need to eat more and patting the back of my head and saying in her very limited english "happy new ...
The King of Thailand is revered by everyone and is everywhere in Thailand. Today we chose to visit the Royal palace, where he lives, and the temple of the Emerald Buda. After breakfast at our hotel, we took a public boat to the Royal palace. The boat was very cheap and there were many native people and tourists stuffed into the boat. We were glad for air and space when we got off. We walked into the temple of the Emerald Buda ...