Admiral Premier Bangkok
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... at Krasae Cave Restaurant at Wampo (one of our tour restaurants) and dinner at a local eatery that Charlie recommended. The latter we had:
- local greens (like green beans with a nice flavoured (not hot) dressing they call 'Morning Glory' - hmmmm);
- Moo Pa – a wild boar dish drenched in chilli and spices;
- Thai Green Curry with local chicken and yellow ...
... drinks for the night and both went back to the studio to pass out in a food-coma. We woke up an hour or so later and desperately went about getting ready to head over to our friend Emily's place for her birthday. We were showered and dressed in a matter of minutes and then headed to the office to meet with Will and Allison, with whom we usually share a taxi, to ride down to Phrom Phong with us. Emily has a lovely apartment, much more spacious ...
... restrictive for walking. The Golden Palace is a little like the Taj Mahal, in that it is overwhelmingly majestic. The pictures really don't do it justice. Unfortunately, it was also fairly crowded (but probably empty compared to what it is like in October/November) and, like every other day since we arrived, 40 degrees and sunny. It was a holiday here (one person told us it ...
... arrested and carted off...I bumped into him later that night and he had basically been caught urinating in the street, had to pay bail of $1000 USD, had his passport confiscated, and would face his charges in 2 weeks. Crazy! And a nice little reminder not to misbehave in Bangkok ;) I met a lot of travellers tonight who had also had run ins and was a fun night to hear all their ...
... was crowded and I had to wait ages to be served with a drink. I couldn’t even get a seat at Blah Blah Bar, my usual watering hole. So it was dark by the time I strolled towards the beach to eat. I had heard that my favourite beach restaurant from previous years, Tonson, which had been shut down by the authorities, had now reopened. The rumours were correct and it was every bit as good as ever, albeit set a little further back from the sea. I tucked into fish ...