Charlie House Pin Klao
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... I was willing to accept without a fuss. Then the hammer! “Because you have a pet with you, there is an additional charge on the room of Baht 350 (over a hundred dollars). Is that all right?”
Is that all right? Fakkin ell, I have already paid for two hotel rooms, so why not tack on the cost of another room to have my dog stay in a fakkin pet friendly hotel! But instead of saying that, I kept my “jai yen yen” (cool heart) and ...
... because we didnt know how people would react to the coup. Nothing seems to have happened which is good but the curfew still applies and we are still staying away from Bangkok just incase. School is open as normal and our directors assure us we have nothing to worry about. Basically at the moment the political situaion in Thailand is not good but it is safe for forigeners here. As long as I follow the curfew and stay away from any protests, carry my passport on me, ...
... that i had sent about preordering our meals had actually been acted upon. Accordingly, Lynne enjoyed Lobster Thermidor while I had Beef Rossini, preceeded by the caviar serving.
The wines did get much better on this flight and we started off with Dom Perignon 2004 before we had even lifted off. We enjoyed a 2009 St Emilion Grand Cru and a 2010 1er Chablis as well as a very nice port to ...
... 8217;s terrace was complete with patio chairs and tables!
As for the views from the roof’s terrace, awesome scenes of Chinatown with the sun right in front of me at this hour of the day. I knew right away what that translated to! Prospects of fantastic sunsets from here!
But this wasn’t the end of it. ...
The immediate reaction is the craftsmanship and the enormity.
Have visited significant temples in Bangkok, the size of the structures and attention to detail are most impressive.
We started at Wat Arun, one of the most noted landmarks in the city. Constructed in the first third of the 19th century, the central tower rises 76 meters (250 feet) and dominates the skyline. Its outer decorations are made of sea shells and pieces of Chinese porcelain.