Avana Bangkok Hotel
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... as it wasn't in our lonely planet guide which was written in 2012. And they were still building it when we were there. We were told about it by friends who are traveling. We waited at the end of the road on the main road next to the tree to get a Sorngtaaou back to town it cost 40bart for both of us. Same as the bus. When I walked out I saw loads of cockerels in cages. I thought they were for sale. Then I looked up and saw a ring with people sat around it. ...
It's Bangkok time! Today we drove to the capital of Thailand for the two weddings of Gayoon's friends. We started out at about 10 this morning. We arrived near Gayoon's son's house around 12.30. We stopped to have lunch at a muslim/Thai restaurant. The food was delicious there. We had a curried chicken and orange and yellow rice. It was so good.
We spent a little while in Gla's house (Gayoon's oldest son) while he was out at work. Then we ...
... 163;25 each we couldn’t complain. By comparison, the train would have cost £35 each – win:win! Apart from our sleep deprivation the flight to Chiang Mai was great; we were two of only 10-12 people onboard – we’ve never got onto, off, or collected baggage from a plane faster, ever. As luck would have it, because we’d arrived in Chiang Mai a day early we were able to see the Sunday Walking Market; once a week the central Ratchadamnoen ...
... mulligans, Hillary's were all ok - Charlie's being the best. But my favourites were the nicer bars at Zaks wine bar and Q bar. Both have a great atmosphere, good music and You are less pestered. Right this is where I completely dislike this area, I am not a happy bunny when I walk around the streets and all I can see is young young girls making a living as a prostitute or "masseuse", it's too real for me, apparently they earn ...
... Woohoo!!! Proceed to Siam Square for lunch, people watching, and brief window shopping/people watching. Kate has been upgraded to 'essential personnel' on this trip for her fantastic negotiating skills with all transport so far today, let's hope it continues ;). Currently, the four of us are chilling pool side at the hotel for a quick cool down. Then it's off for Bangkok night life! Gotta make it worth it-we leave for Laos tomorrow AM! Pictures to come, will post later. Love you guys, The ...