Centre Point Pratunam Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... off for a swim in our rooftop infinity pool (not very backpackerish I know) and then we're heading out for street food and drinks at the infamous Khaosan Road! Today's infographic (without the graphic): 6 x temples 3 x crazy Tuk Tuk rides 2 x lost tourists 1 x fresh coconut And many many Monks P.s. To anyone reading this who isn't family/friends, I apologise for the appalling writing style and lack of any decent ...
... old head-of-English (and general looker-afterer) running down the corridor to greet us. She too was demonstrating the amazing Thai genes by having hardly aged, and was really happy to see us. She had brought in my favourite pad-thai for me, something she used to do often - I was so touched that she remembered. As I had suspected would happen, we were dragged in front of an English class so the students could practice on some native speakers. Ross found it pretty awkward, ...
... of the canals that Bangkok used to be made up of. We were dropped off at Wat Arun and went to have a look around but unfortunately they're in the middle of a major restoration project and the main temple was closed and covered in scaffolding. From here we got a ferry across the river to Wat Pho, home of the reclining Buddha which is absolutely enormous and very impressive. The Thai architecture is quite similar to Chinese but the decoration much more ...
... and crippling traffic congestion. This in turn caused severe air pollution in the 1990s. The city has since turned to public transport in an attempt to solve this major problem. Four rapid transit lines are now in operation, with more systems under construction or planned by the national government and the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration.
Finally there was a snatch when we ...
... slowing for the big bumps.
He had a very special trick that I would not recommend - so he didn't have to stop at red lights in the queues of cars, he would shoot up the left hand lane, turn left into the cross street and then immediately do a U turn and then turn left back onto the highway in front of all the stopped cars!
His other trick if the lights were going to change soon, was to drive up the ...