Chateau De Bangkok
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and have about 24 hours there before my journey home.
It's not possible to sum up a trip like this if you ask me, I need to re-read my blog again and look through the thousands of photographs as I am sure there's loads I've forgotten. Some fast facts are: 5 continents, 16 countries, 256 days. Wow!! I've read at least 26 books which has been such a treat. I can name over 50 people who I've met and spent more than a day with, and there's loads more who I've met ...
... in the lobby of Sofitel Hotel for 3 hours looking like a nervous wreck since it was only supposed to take her 45-60 minutes to arrive. Keep in mind, neither of us have abroad data plans so the lack of communication was painstaking. I couldn't help but think I had made my best friend come visit me in Thailand and then she got kidnapped on the way to meeting me. I cried, I paced endlessly in the lobby, shot out of my seat every time a taxi pulled up to drop off a drunk guest ...
... back to change before meeting Bibi for dinner. Some more but different Northern Thai food in a new restaurant. Lots of beautifully presented taster dishes all with distinctive flavours. Entertainment was provided by the Australian man on the next table who got louder as he drank more expensive wine and it was impossible to avoid eavesdropping. He was with a very beautiful Thai escort who wore shoes with six inch heels that were as thin as chopsticks. I was ...
... wanted to see it. The tuk tuk took us there for 200bart. Around £4. It was about 3/4km away. They will charge less if they can take you to suit shops or gem shops. Luckily Noel has been before and knows all the tricks so we made it clear we didn't want to stop anywhere. He drove like a utter nut case and was laughing the whole way which was funny. When we arrived it was a small entrance, which then opened up into the biggest ...
... After stopping off to get some water we headed back into town. It was 3:30pm already! Sam was tired so he went back to get some rest, whilst I did some final shopping bits and bobs on Koh San road. Came back to the sauna for some relaxing, read my book etc etc, then we headed back out, I got some money out, had a look around, we bought our final pad Thai for dinner, sad times, then we headed home, Sam ...