Bliston Suwan Park View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Swimming pool
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... friend to pick me up to take me to the airport and one calling the hotel directly to get a discount as they knew him - result! We arrived early in the morning and again, which was now becoming the norm, we couldn't check in till the afternoon so off we went for breakfast then a walk around the French quarter where we stopped to have egg coffee - a Hanoi tradition. It was really lovely despite sitting on the tiniest of seats! We walked through some of the markets stopping for ...
... in the sale too. The shopping mall we went Paragon was huge, very luxurious with every designer brand you could imagine and the ground floor filled with mega cars. It was a lot to take in and it had soon come around to dinner time. It took us a while picking as we were faced with all the Asian food again. As much as we like Thai food it does get a bit much everyday. We ended up eating at what turned out to be a little gem of a find, Vanilla Brasserie. The ...
... misbehaving and generally laid out the class. It seems quite simple to watch, but jumping into it without any prior knowledge could be quite dangerous. I worry that I stumble sometimes, and ad-libbing never was my strong suit. After four lessons we had lunch, which I didn't really fancy, but decided I probably should have seeing as I hadn't had breakfast. We waited for some time at a noodle shop, but the guy running the place clearly didn't like us, ...
... addition; a bamboo tattoo. Trekked to Long Beach and hiked up to the view point after we eventually recovered a day later. Stayed in a rather budget guesthouse where we got woken up at 2am for a tsunami warning as there had been a (minor) earthquake nearby! The next day we was told to pack an emergency bag incase it happened again... Way to panic Abbie! We made it to the mainland with no mishaps and flew up to Bangkok ready for our flight to ...
... or more importantly have the confidence to do it if it wasn't for my friends and family back home. This whole adventure has been easy knowing my nearest and dearest are just a call or email away even though we're on opposite sides of the world. I might not speak to you every day or week but I know you're there, and that's all we need in life surely the support of our friends and family. I feel very lucky and happy. So I really want to end on a thank you for your encouragement ...