Bangkok Christian Guest House
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Loving our time at BCGH! From the excellent wifi, to the aircon, free water and Foxtel this place is a great bargain and a great location! Happy days!
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It's a good feeling when you figure out the local public transport system and for us, today was that day. We caught the crowded skytrain (so easy!) to downtown Bangkok this morning. We accidentally got off one station too early (my bad) but we just walked the rest of the way. We arrived at MBK before opening hours so we went to Starbucks for coffee …
... niet te vergeten. Eigenlijk zonde dat we donderdag zo vroeg opstijgen want dan missen we een ontbijt. Hopelijk krijgen we dan een ontbijtpakketje mee. This weekend we ate rather internationally, almost anything but Thai. Mexican, French, Italian, sandwiches, ... And especially not to be forgotten, the excellent breakfasts from the Dream Hotel. Actually it is a pity that we are leaving this early on Thursday because we'll miss breakfast. Hopefully they'll prepare us a nice breakfast ...
... are interesting to browse others sell the most amazing treasures whether it be clothes, shoes, knick-knacks, books, etc. some of the shops and stalls sell really pretty traditional Thai clothes with metallic embroidered silks and beaded tops and jackets. Obviously Thai women are generally quite petite so the clothes all fit me and Sarah very well. The Asiatique market which can be got to by taking a sunset ferry ride along the river is a fashion lovers dream and there was even ...
... m just going with the flow.
At the last info centre I bought a ticket to Ayuttaya, will spend the day there and then take and overnight train to Chiang Mai where I will be doing a trekking tour with a local guide through the jungle. It all includes accommodation and food for 115€. I hope none of you experienced travellers will hate me for this?!
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