Admiral Suites Bangkok
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Fine hotel with suitable breakfast at the cafe downstairs.
Decent sized room with balcony. Quiet area of soi 22.
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... of ideas in my head wasn't having any of it. So we just spent most of the day relaxing and discussing what we're doing next. It's a struggle to know what to do next. If I wanted to go into teaching I'd need to go back to university. If I just want to carry on writing I need to increase the number of clients I have to make it work. I'd like to carry on hopping around doing odd bits and bobs here ...
... had some dinner and went back to our hotel. 11th July - We are up and out by the pool again in the morning to get the last of the Thai sun. It is about 37 degree and almost cloudless so it's the perfect day for it. We stay out until 2pm before we get ready to go shopping before the rush hour traffic. It turns out that the traffic in Bangkok is always bad so it takes us over an hour to travel the 10km to the MBK Centre. We get some food ...
... Starbucks to rescue. I got a cup of skinny Mocha at Starbucks. Hey! It was as close to home as I could get. Just spending 30 minutes with my thoughts and a coffee, helped me regroup. I got a taxi, and started for the hostel. The taxi driver was a funny guy. The best part of it was the exclamations he was using "Oh my lord Buddha, kill me!" ... Hahaha I arrived at the hostel, and its a very small hostel. Just the way you want it actually, based on my Bangkok experience. So, ...
... off the bags and walked to the Myanmar embassy to get out Burmese visa sorted. As we were there nice and early there were only 5 people in front of us, by the time the doors opened at 8.30 the queue was right down the road. This made the process so easy, we walked in, got a ticket (I was actually number one as the people in front were getting business visas) paid the $40 fee and were told to come back ...
... walked out and decided we’d figure it out on our own. Next stop: Big Buddha, no distractions.
The Big Buddha is a definite must see in Bangkok, the sheer magnitude of it is mind-boggling. We spent about an hour walking around the grounds and sat in a room where the monks were chanting; this was surprisingly calming even in the stifling heat.
We made our way back to our hostel and stopped off for some dinner. We both had Pad Thai chicken, still ...