Admiral Suites Bangkok
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdmiral Suites Bangkok
Fine hotel with suitable breakfast at the cafe downstairs.
Decent sized room with balcony. Quiet area of soi 22.
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As I awoke in Melbourne to a chilly autumn day it dawned on me within a few short hours I would be off on another Asian adventure.
This time round my boyfriend Moe and I had 7 months to travel as much of South East Asia as possible.
Our style of travel is very blasé.
We look about 10-14 days ahead of time.
We change our minds …
... bamboo raft was literally 4 strips of bamboo tied together that was it. If I was going to get a leech it was going to be now. With my bum in the water off we went clinging on for dear life. Passed through kids in the river from a local school & got soaked. They loved it. Shouting hello & goodbye as we passed. Now onto the Elephants. I had been looking forward to this for months but turns out it wasn't for me. ...
Apparently, Lee and I went OTT last night and woke up slightly groggy. Skin full of beers on night 1 made sure we got into the right sleeping pattern, so it's all good. That annoying light that we didn't know how to turn off mind meant that I slept with a t shirt on my head and Lee with his flight mask. Met up with our little tuk tuk driver again first thing who took us to get the next part to the trip booked up. Heading Chiang ...
Today I took a half trip and went Elephant Riding! Yes that's right - I rode on the back of a fully-grown elephant! Something I have always wanted to do. And the experience did not disappoint - it was incredible, although surprisingly bumpy! The elephant itself was beautiful, although I suspect he was rather hungry as he kept stealing leaves from the trees as we trekked through the Thai 'outback'. Afterwards I was able to give him a banana as a tip which he ...
... do be allowed in. Once we made it inside, we were again amazed at the detail that went into the building of it. There's not much point in us explaining, as all the pictures are there for you to see for yourself. We weren't however allowed to take pictures of what was inside the museums, where they showed you the tools that were used, this made it even more unbelievable (a lot of glue would have been needed) . Also to be seen, were the weapons ...