Adelphi Grande Bangkok
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The Adelphi Grande Bangkok is a really great hotel in the middle of Bangkok. Rooms, Staff, and the view of the Skyline = amazing. Definitely would recommend it!!
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It doesn't feel that long since we were away in Ninh Binh and we have also just had the excitement of a visitor from home, but because Mark had a course to attend on globalisation in education, what better globalised location for us to visit this weekend than Bangkok (oriental city etc etc)? My excitement at the shopping prospects was only …
... feel the cold of the summit. The plane landed in time at Bangkok Airport. After that it was downhill. A friendly tour guide awaited us "Yes sir. I will be your private guide and this man is you private driver for the trip". The Golden Tulip is also very friendly but our guide takes care of everything. It makes me feel very comforting and on the other hand a bit shy. Maybe it's just me. Again they are making an honest buck and I happen to be able to use ...
... I rule was we had to use funny nicknames for each other, I became funky necklace girl and Donna was lipstick girl. It then decided to pour it down! Full blown storm with thunder and lighting, we weren't going anyway! With the rain not stopping me and a male companion decided to dance in the rain with the entire hostel cheering and clapping us on! Everyone just stayed and drank in the hostel until the early hours of the ...
... in search of food. Crowds were now gathering around big screens to watch the protest speeches, and the markets were in full swing. We ate pork and noodles at a roadside trader's for 40 Baht (about 80 pence) each, then explored the Sukhumvit market stalls for a few hours before returning to the hotel to plan our next few days' ...
There's a Shambhala meditation group in Bangkok. To my knowledge, it's the only Shambhala center/group in Asia. Whenever I'm in a town with a Shambhala center/group, I try to make time to stop by. I have a few reasons for this:
- Meditating in a format that I'm used to helps to ground me (particularly important while traveling, which can be quite groundless).
- I like learning how other centers/groups run things.
- I ...