Centre Point Hotel Chidlom
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... and rather than go and freshen up for dinner we decided to go straight to the open air food market. Showering and sitting down at the apartment would have meant a very early night!!! We sat at a bar that specialized in draught beer and 2 large pints went down very quickly... Amused to be hosted by an aged woman who couldn't quite let go of her glory days. We moved over to a Thai quinine store so Diane could have her first Tom Yum... The first of ...
... quiet compared to Bangkok. There is not a spare bit of pavement that is not used by someone selling something. But you are not hassled at all. The Thai people are very polite and naturally helpful and they smile a lot at you so this intense shopping experience is actually enjoyable, even if you don't like shopping. Lunch in a little cafe, curry, ribs, rice for two people and drinks for ...
Today was our last day in Cambodia with our friends, the Barsons. We did a little more sight seeing at The Silver Pagoda, and some more shopping at The Russian Market before we caught our plane back to Bangkok. The Barsons were VERY excited about eating at Burger King at the airport (U.S. food is not that easy to find in Cambodia). Unfortunately, when we arrived at BK they were ...
This morning Dave and his friend Alex take me to their favourite place for breakfast which is nice (they convince me to get on the back of a motorcycle to get there!), and then Dave has to go and get his dressing changed so i spend a couple of hours amusing myself in the Terminal 21 shopping centre which is brilliant: each floor ...
... time. Although we ended up getting there 30 minutes early with plenty of time to spare better safe than sorry I guess. The sleeper cars on the train are really just modified booths that fold into beds. After some cards and conversations with other train travelers (French paraglidders, aussie tourists, and a Cambodian tour guide) we called it a night. Train traveling wasn't that bad! Although I did wake up at 5am, yet it allowed me to write this entry. And the journey ...