Chateau De Bangkok
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... is situated right in the city so it is a lot more safer than most other hotels also because it being in the middle of the city it is close to all public transports shops and places to go for dinner and lunch which is really handy having everything only a walking distance ...
... to face the fact that it was now time to go back down well that's when sheer fear set in. My legs were non existent and I was almost double up in pain with stomach cramps, all that just because I had to walk down a few steps. I really do hate how my body deals with fear/ worry /stress sometimes. I tried to take a picture of just how steep the steps are but the picture does it no justice at all, I wish now I'd taken a picture from the bottom maybe that would have shown ...
... br> Elly dived in and within minutes had a dreadlock and a braid and fake Apple chargers.
Visited reclining Buddha - you take a bag from a box to pop your shoes in then shuffle round, jostling with all the other sweaty tourists/homage payers.
Then to airport to fly to Cambodia. ...
... section opened at 8:00, for the Visa section we would need to wait until 8:30. No, we couldnt wait inside so stand around on the pavement. Security didnt like us loitering here so we were moved on about 20m to where we sat at a bus stop and waited. Luckily things havent got too hot yet.
On the dot of 8:30 we are back at reception but they are still reluctant to let us in. I explain in detail again, show them the e-mails that we have exchanged and tell ...
... just a palace, but a series of other impressive buildings and temples to visit within a high white walled complex. The palace has been the official residence of the King of Thailand (formally Siam) since 1782. On entry I had to borrow a sarong to cover my legs - amazingly quite a few tourists seemed to be unhappy with this - but a quick wraparound later; and we were kicking off our shoes and inside our first temple. The temple ...