Chiang Saen River Hill Hotel
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... head down to Bangkok. It's designated special express but we've already stopped at four stations in 90 minutes. We should arrive in Bangkok pretty early. The plan is to drop our bags at the hotel and explore as much as we can in one day. We've reserved our second day for a trip to a national park a few hours west. This long trip is winding down, but by no means over yet. We've still got our time in Tokyo coming up and I'm definitely not ready to go back to work ...
... no views due to the low clouds. I leave him there but about 10mins later the rain starts to get heavy so I stop for shelter and a small beer at Saloon Bar and watch a bit of rugby.
We go out tonight about 17:30 and walk through light rain to Tha Phae Gate where the Loy Kratong opening ceremony is due to kick off at 18:30. There are not many people here yet and all of the 'posh' seats are still empty. I guess that ...
... humid city, you'll happily travel up 63 flights for an alcoholic beverage to view the lights of the city and reflect for some time. I'd read a lot about Bangkok and it's famous shopping scene. Now I'm not a massive shopper but these shopping centres are huge!! Not only that, there are so many of them. Situated in the heart of the downtown area known as Siam Square on the longest road in Bangkok (Sukhumvit) you'll find everything from your most expensive designer brands to ...
... on the inside of the
ring and our teacher added the numerals 925. He took great care in
explaining many aspects of the process and I learned the meaning of the
925 Markings on Silver Jewelry- Silver that is
sterling silver is 92.5 percent pure silver, and it will almost always
be marked with this number in some way. Many jewelers will stamp this
number either as "925" or as ".925," but ...
First day cycling! I left Chiang Khong at 8am by the time I got everything ready, and promptly missed the turnoff which I quickly turned back after the road started to look a little unlikely, and some locals pointed me back in the right direction. I made mental note to always help lost looking tourists when I'm back in Wellington. I followed the Mekong ...