Grand Mercure Fortune Bangkok
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... per person on check-out.
We are following in the footsteps of Sandie and Tessa who came here last year and recommended their hotel - a much more sophisticated option than us budget travelers would normally have gone for - but we thought we would treat ourselves, at least for the time we are in Hanoi, then we'll have to eke out the pension a bit I think!
Jamie had to work again today and is playing tonight but we manage ...
... and walking plazas are made from marble in southeast Asia when they know it rains all the time and it gets to slippery when wet. I never understood this either, but we managed to not slip.
From there, we got a taxi back to the hotel and hung out for a little while longer. We ended up watching part of some Gator Boys show on TV, about Gator wrangling. You could tell some of the show was doctored up - the guys were teasing the alligators as they got them ...
... and we ended up being kicked out of the taxi in the middle of the Thai government election protests! This time I came armed with the address written down in Thai. The first taxi driver didn't want to use the metre but his friend, who had been waving at Ru during breakfast, told us he would. We found the mall and Millie was completely enthralled. It's one of those places where we are the only western people there. I'm not sure why it's not more of a ...
... massage for 120baht(2pounds 40pence). Hence, its safe to say we enjoyed that!
I know this post has been a bit all over the place but I promise they will get more organised. I am also going to upload my pre-holiday checklist for all you backpackers to check off!
Well thats it for now, I'm sure I'll have much more to tell you soon enough.
... men standing and jumping behind us in the second class. It was amazing to watch "the press" turning around to look at the men behind us and talking into phones while each match was going on. I've never been a fan of sports that are just about fighting (hockey is definitely not included in that as I am a huge fan of hockey!), but I have to admit that being in this atmosphere and witnessing the athleticism and excitement of the events was a fun experience. ...