Centre Point Thong Lo Serviced Apartments
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... I thought I spent all of my money with the amount I had bought but it was quite the opposite! I bought 4 tops (400baht), Levi shorts (180baht), a shirt and dress (250baht), a backpack (199baht), trousers (150baht), and purses. It was a bit of a rush getting to the train station. Our train pulled up just as we arrived and we had to rush to get our tickets and get on the train but we made it just in time. On the way home on the train, I calculated everything ...
... confidence and uninhibited freedom that feels rare to me most of the time. It's something I can't usually get away with in front of other adults. It is my raw, childish, chaotic side that just wants to be free to be loud and energetic and mad. It's funny, I think I'm often very different around my family - I'm often in possession of this feeling when I'm around them. Almost as if I'm allowed to be wacky - ...
... It's small in size but holds a very important icon to many Thai people. Other attractions in Wat Phra Kaew include a model of Angkor Wat, which was built under the order of King Rama IV when Cambodia was under Siamese control.
Visiting this temple helped us get an insight on how the Thai religion and culture is expressed and practiced. We weren't allowed to wear ...
... years ago and the whole process of leaving the plane and getting a taxi was far less stressful. A part of us missed the yelling drivers and bewildering onslaught that used to be, the intense other worldliness of a society yet to be tamed.
However, Bangkok is still a city on the cusp of chaos and for many a place to pass through as quickly as possible. We loved it here and like all chaotic things, when viewed in a certain way, beautiful patterns emerge.
... feel the breeze once in a while.
I explored more of the hotel, taking pictures at all the knick-knacks and finally resolving to go upstairs and share them. We went to our cooking class, with Tip. It was on the rooftop, looking out over a 100 foot standing golden Buddha. Lead behind the restaurant, we noticed the entire roof had a garden. The hotel sustains itself with all their food. Isn't it ironic that as Americans, we pay so much money for ...