Centre Point Pratunam Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... she said go around the corner and across the street and there was an older lady with a what looked like a 100 year old sewing machine doing her work right on the sidewalk. A couple bucks later and my shorts were fixed, these are the types of conveniences that make Bangkok awesome. After the 4th night in Bangkok I was definitely ready to get out of there and made my way via shuttle bus $4 to the airport to catch my flight to Hanoi and experience my first tastes of Vietnam. Bring on the ...
... an old record player, started playing, immediately followed by the sound of someone blowing a whistle. I was still taking in the surroundings so it took me a moment to notice that every single person in the packed main hall was standing and facing the same direction, and none of them was moving. This was evidently the Thailand equivalent of the national anthem. What was amazing, though, is that the very instant the music stopped playing, it was as if someone hit play ...
... educate you on the animals as well as the poor treatment many of them receive in order to work for money. All money generated here goes towards rescuing more elephants that need help and it was an inspiring day and something I will never forget. I would recommend it to anyone going to Chiang Mai. The founder of the park 'Lek' is somewhat of a local celebrity having appeared on US TV shows and interviewed worldwide about her ambition to save elephants. We were lucky enough to see ...
... this time with plenty of western shops and high street outlets but after the previous day we couldn't face going in. We got back to the guesthouse with a couple of hours to spare until the train so safe in the knowledge Chinatown was close to us and right by the train station, we headed back for dinner. The plan was to eat at one of the very busy restaurants from the night before but we established that these were purely seafood - and quite extravagant seafood at that! An array ...
... entwined in in Ayutthaya is a banyan tree, not a bodhi tree (I don't think there is actually such a tree). So, on to today. We met Gof from Intepid Urban Adventures at 8:30 this morning, along with another member of our Best of Cambodia and Vietnam tour, Sondra (from San Francisco). Gof was a really great tour guide and we enjoyed the tour a lot. It was called "Temple and River of Kings". We met in the lobby of our hotel, then walked for about 10 minutes or so to a bus ...