Grand Mercure Fortune Bangkok
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... to an end. My colleague mentions that he can't even remember any of the bad days anymore. Neither can I. I know they existed. I know for a fact that the both of us had days when we were frustrated or sad or angry and sat in that very office complaining about one thing or another, but for the life of me I can't remember any of those grievances now. And I'm glad that I can't. Who wants to remember the bad of a given situation, ...
... you head up them and the elegant hotel appears. We made our way to the waterfront bar and were seated with an excellent view. We enjoyed a dirty martini and a cosmopolitan while watching the hustle and bustle of river traffic. Across the river sat the Peninsula Hotel in its elegant glory and wooden water taxis that looked like Thai buildings shuttled people back and forth between the hotels. Just to the left was the public water taxi ...
Day 3 After Khao San road last night with the boys mol and I were very tired so we decided to spend most of the day by the pool. After only two days in I had already developed some sort of sickness from eating something I shouldn't have. But after a day of rest and pizza by the pool we were well rested and ready to explore one of Bangkok's busy night markets. We had to teach ourselves how to use the sky train to get there. Surprisingly, it is more ...
... the street which had a live musician playing English songs. The bar was full of other young backpackers, everyone sang along to the more popular songs included Wonderwall- everyone's favourite party anthem. Once we had plied ourselves with enough alcohol we got in a TukTuk and headed to Phatpong to watch one of Bangkok's infamous Ping Pong shows. The atmosphere in Phatpong was much different to Koh San Road, everything felt a lot seedier and at times it ...
... night. It's quite remarkable to witness if you ever get the chance.
After seeing the locals set up shop and then shut it all down a time or two, Lou Lou and I sat down for some delish beef soup. She knew all the right spots and made it incredibly easy to enjoy. I can't say eating soup in these temperatures is what I could include as a daily ritual though. It was hotter than a witch's tit and we found ourselves continually wiping away sweat. What was the point after all? ...