Bandara Suites Silom
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Such a change from the UK
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Sunday 2nd November The forecast said thundery showers all day, Roz had a broccoli deficit headache, and I had no inclination to do anything other than read, quite common so nothing to be alarmed about, so we decided on a day in and by the roof top pool. It never actually rained but did remain very cloudy all day but despite this silly chump Englishman managed to get quite red reading. Found a carrot for tea and bought Roz an expensive corsage of orchids ...
... get my visa. This was the easiest way to get a visa, and also the cheapest (1280 baht). After handing in the documents, it was time for lunch. I went to the MBK shopping mall. After finishing lunch it was already time to go back to pick up my visa, after 2 more hours of waiting, I finally got my visa. Ready for Myanmar! But not yet.. The next bus was already waiting, this time to the north of Thailand, Chiang Mai. Another night bus for 11 long ...
... entice you then I would have been a sucker. However I really, really wanted to go in one just to experience it. So when the 175th tuk-tuk man tried to tell me the grand palace was closed (even though I'd been by it and low and behold it was open, ALL DAY) and tried to up sell all these wonderful places to me, I gave him my attention. He tried to give me a price and I bargained him down to 20 baht, just for a one time experience, while in Bangkok, you know? Now if you're unfamiliar ...
... aswell. Turns out the part of the river the bridge is over was actually called the Mae Klong and tourists would come to Kanchanaburi to see the Bridge over the River Kwai but it was actually the Bridge over the Mae Klong. So what did they do......they renamed the river Kwai Yai ... classic Thailand! Despite its tragic history the Bridge its self and the area around the bridge is really beuitiful, which I didnt expect. I actually thought the bridge wouldn't be that great, ...
... these days; as we cross northern India close to the Himalaya.
We actually land a few minutes early. Transfer from T5 to the Central Bus Station and then have a 1 1/4 hr wait for our bus home. We both have something warm to put on but it is still cold sat waiting. When we get on the bus the warmth hits us right away and before we reach Slough we are both asleep. Don't wake up till we are pulling in to Cheltenham.
22:45 we are ...