Centre Point Hotel Chidlom
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... setting up for the Kings Birthday on Dec 5. Many friendly locals stopped to talk to us. A tut tut driver chatted with us for a while. He wanted to drive us around, but we took a taxi instead.
This is good because it started pouring! Fortunately the rain stopped by the time we reached our destination.
We picked up our bags and moved to Imm Fusion. This is ...
I am not sure sleeping upside down on the bed did my neck pain any good. I got up early in search of breakfast and settled for a bowl of rice soup.
As we waited for the bus, I sat talking to a guy from Tokyo had been travelling around India and south east Asia by himself for the last two months. I felt very eager and excited about the next part my journey whereupon I would be travelling all alone. ...
... to flag down a taxi which took a while, the taxi queue in the airport was horrific and I didn't think we'd even get there in time to see them but we ended up flagging down a taxi dropping people off in another part of the airport! We arrived at the same hotel the others were staying in finally after Bangkok traffic, oh and before we nearly hit 2 policemen off a ped. We skidded so far me and Lauren thought we would hit them for sure but the taxi driver ...
... general toilet- and kitchen hygiene can improve a lot. Shamelessly asking for 0,2€ on a very touristic spot for a toilet which makes your stomach turn, is unacceptable. The antibacterial gel we carry along gives some mental relief after a toilet visit without running water but if you think too much the bacteria are actually everywhere. It cannot be a surprise that our stock of intestinal flora improvers has seriously shrunk. De toegangsprijzen zijn soms ronduit schandalig! ...
... are not water proof so I will try and paint a picture for you.
The first Thai person sees us, his eyes lock onto to us like a tiger locking onto his pray, before him stands two white foreigners still dry and fresh off the plane, he points the pistol at my girlfriend and slowly pulls the trigger as the cold water hits her facec she lets off a deafening scream. This is her initiation into the 'festival of water" we walk further down the Soi where we are drenched ...