Admiral Premier Bangkok
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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We arrived in Bangkok at 6:10am and spent a long time in the airport queuing for immigration and then queuing again for a SIM card. We then got in a taxi (who tried to overcharge but we had read previously to ask them to put the meter on) and it took 1h30mins to get to our guesthouse. The cost of the taxi was ~£7. The guesthouse is basic but clean and the manager is extremely helpful. We went straight to bed and slept for ...
... where there was no a/c because the front was full. On to the second boat which was a much faster smaller boat we enjoyed ourselves. The second ride was about and hour which felt amazing because the first hot ride was about 3 hours. The police were looking for somebody at the pier and they ended up searching the only black dude that was there. He ended up being clean, I felt pretty bad for him. They did get these ...
... to see a bit of Bangkok along the way! Then we all went for dinner and then headed onto Khaosan for drinks. We quickly bumped into an American guy that the German guys had met earlier on the trip, who was with a guy from Sweden so we had a nice little group for the night. After a few drinks the guys decided they wanted to see a ping pong show whilst we were in Bangkok. There are touts on Khaosan road who drive you there so we all crammed into a taxi (5 of us in the ...
... end of the line, and exited the train station. Immediately we were approached by an older man who took the better part of ten minutes to show us where we should go. I had a weird feeling about it. Initially he asked where we were from and made small talk, then he wanted to know specifics: where were we going, when were we leaving Bangkok, etc. We didn't have answers to most of his questions, and I was surprised at how good his english was. He recommended that we go to ...
... their burnt-earth no-two-the-same Xi'ands on it. As soon as it happened, I knew that there would be a fallow period, because Google make it, and I was in China- need I say more? If so, just google China. You see? Nothing, because they're at war. And whatever you do, do not china Google.
Burma is obviously spending its annual budget on a solid gold pagoda/reclining Buddha for each army officer, so they cannot afford a touchscreen device. But Thailand! ...