Grand Mercure Fortune Bangkok
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... the hotel's herb and vegetable garden. This area was lush and functional. We strolled through and imagined these fresh ingredients we were about to work with, as our mouths started to water. Rounding the corner into the riverside outdoor restaurant "The Thriptara", the wonderful aromas of our upcoming projects hit us and increased our anticipation. Once we donned our apron and junior chef's hat, we were guided through three cooking stations. They providedus ...
... and that would be a solid afternoon of sightseeing. I wanted to see Wat Arun the most. It is a stunning temple with intricate porcelain tile work decoration. It also offers great views from the top if you're willing to do the steep climb, and don't suffer from vertigo. What goes up, must come down. The levels to the top get steeper and more difficult to climb as you go, which from what I've learned in my travels is a common theme in temples. 3 levels, the first one ...
After a long journey we are finally here in Bangkok. Neil still having to search high and low EVERY time someone asks us for documents but luckily no more losses! You know you've made an impression on the plane when the stewardess specifically comes up to your group and asks if you want another drink because the bar is closing! Still we did get some champagne and complimentary travel gifts after dropping the honeymoon hint!! Just got to hotel ...
... to go but it was the worst place we've been so far. It may no longer be North Korea-lite but just because that's not true doesn't make it a great place to be. The food lurches between adequate and atrocious, often in the same meal. It's like they combined Chinese and Indian but the result is considerably worse than either. The people are very friendly, though probably no more so than in Thailand. Also, they need to sort their wifi out; it's dreadful throughout. It's not ...
... quick nap. I fell asleep around 5:30 and Waynette tried to wake me up and talk about Saturday's trip to Cambodia. I never budged and not until I got up to the bathroom around midnight did we agree to take the train.
That at left at 6 in the morning and made an executive decision to eat the 300Bh we paid for bus (around $10) and take the train.
We set our alarm for 4 am to call a cab and head to the Bangkok train station.