Anantara Baan Rajprasong Serviced Suites
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... where we had chicken with sticky rice and super spicy sauce that you dip it in. Waters were always brought to us, then wonton soup and then began the fruit/dessert position. First the freshest melt in your mouth mango I've ever tried, then "Thai cotton candy" made of Padang, then an amazing assortment of Thai fruits that I can't even pronounce. Then we headed off to Siam and National Stadium stations to do some shopping. Bought ...
Still raining in Chiang Mai. Thanks to all this rain I have developed a rash on my feet as they have become so wet. We have this morning to explore the city. Sarah & I headed out & visited Wat Pan On, Wat Pan Toa & Wat Jediluang & the city pillar. Stopping to have lunch at a cafe. Back to hotel Mariana to meet group & board our 5 hr bus journey to Chiang Kong. We have many 'happy room ...
... I gave the Grand Palace a miss as I plan to visit with Steve when he arrives on the 1st Dec. Shared a taxi back to hotel with Ashley & Joel to Chinatown. Where I tried to get a day room to get my head down for a couple hours, but the hotel was full. So I slept in reception for an hour. Then used the spa facilities to freshen up & supermarket shop before sleeper train oh & not forgetting toilet roll. ...
So today we visited the sleeping Buddha Temple! The golden Buddha was 46 metres long 15 metres height! It was so colourful and pretty! We then went to the Platinum shopping mall! This was basically 4 floors of cheap clothes! Mine and Rem's heaven! Lol now I wish I has come with an empty suitcase! urvi had a funny day chatting to all the cab drivers! made ...
... air conditioned metro system if you like and there are the buses of which I know nothing about other than the pollution they provide could wipe out humanity as we know it. I however just want to focus on the boats and the infamous tuk-tuks! A very cheap method of transport is the water taxi, you pay about 14/15 baht and you can get from silom to Khao San Road which would require an hour and 20 minutes walking in 98%25 humidity. You pile on to this wee wooden thing with only ...