Anantara Baan Rajprasong Serviced Suites
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... a taxi from the shopping centre to hospital - our wonderful Dr Vikrom has been to see Bob - very happy with progress - he will be moved to the cardio ward to start the cardio tests.
Apparently the wards have two bedroom suites - to accomodate carers. Dr Vikrom explained I could stay there - but due to the travel insurance organising Kingston Suites I am continuing my stay there. Think I would go completely nuts if always at the hospital.
The physio ...
... of how silk is produced. We also had some lunch in the Jim Thompson restaurant. After lunch, we headed back to our hotel and were collected for our transfer to the train station. Bangkok Train station is basically a huge tin shed with seats in it. We checked our tickets in and rang the kids while we waited to board our train for our overnight trip to Chaing Mai. The tickets we purchased were for a First Class sleeper cabin, however ...
... some available tours and begged us to book through him as it would help him to put his son through University. He looked so disappointed when I told him we already had a tour booked so we booked a dinner cruise for Thursday night. After the other couple arrived ( a Dutch couple who live in Germany), we got into a van with a driver and made our way to the city. It was a long drive due to rush hour traffic and the other ...
... s place. Seeing it in the daylight for the first time I could appreciate that her new apartment was light, airy and in a peaceful location with lots of green vegetation around it. Deborah entertained us with stories of her recent Chiangmai hospital hip replacement ! She's American and told her tales in the manner of Ruby Wax. Much of the story reflected the cultural and humour differences between her and her Thai consultant! Another member of the group, Jo, is a librarian in ...
... and we sat at a little pop up bar on the street with a DJ playing really good tunes and people watched. We tried to by more beers in 7/11 (a Spar-like shop) as they were much cheaper and you can walk along the street with drinks, however, they stop selling alcohol after 12. We got chatted to a couple of guys outside for a bit who were quite drunk and amusing before calling it a night after our journey and in prep for a big night out the next night! The next day we decided ...