Anantara Baan Rajprasong Serviced Suites
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... Stand up nice guy Barrett, i let him have my bed for the night. Luckily there was nothing to come from this other than Mike picking up a 3 day hangover.. He didn't moan about it, honest. The next morning, he looks at me blankly.. The kid remembers nothing. Took him a little while for him to finally believe the antics he'd been up to. Lesson learnt but not put us off! Hopefully it doesn't happen the other way round although id love to see mikes attempt to move me ...
... off for a swim in our rooftop infinity pool (not very backpackerish I know) and then we're heading out for street food and drinks at the infamous Khaosan Road! Today's infographic (without the graphic): 6 x temples 3 x crazy Tuk Tuk rides 2 x lost tourists 1 x fresh coconut And many many Monks P.s. To anyone reading this who isn't family/friends, I apologise for the appalling writing style and lack of any decent ...
... is preparing his body to party through the night. :) But that's another issue that I am seeing. At least in this hostel. The age group of people is significantly lower than of those in Turkey. Its mostly early 20s, that I am seeing around me. Lets see, I would really like to meet people, here especially of all places. Bangkok has a great night life, and I just don't see how I can explore that by ...
I have been taking Milly out for a walk first thing and our route is a bit limited as we're in a city centre location. Even if we were near one, city parks do not allow dogs. Our route has been to circumnavigate this complex and a huge hotel next door, The Adriatic Palace. The route is along access roads and through car parking and bounded by roads on three sides and the Khlong (canal) on the fourth. Nothing like our choice of ...
... night for the three nights we've been here so far.
On Tuesday we went out first thing to buy our BTS (sky train) monthly passes, which costed us about £11 for 25 trips in 30 days... so much cheaper than London! although to be fair the sky train has two lines... so is hardly comparable to the London underground. Its pretty swanky though, with icy air con of course. Were only about 30 seconds walk to the nearest BTS station, and ...