Citadines Sukhumvit 16 Bangkok
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... different flavours and toppings, before mashing it all together on 'cold stones' and serving in one big delicious waffle cone. Think Pizza Hut's Ice-Cream Factory for grown ups. We ended the evening with another trip to the cinema (what else is there to do when your evening ends at 10pm?!) and an exchange of transatlantic messages with a slightly drunk and emotional Emma and Hannah coming in from their last night out in LA. Oh how it made me miss you girls!
Monday dawned ...
... finally gave up and walked to our dinner date with Kheng, Kuba and Khengs mother Dolly.
Kheng is my cousin Jodi's ex boyfriend and current business partner in Thailand. Moe and I met Kuba throw him as he is also a farang living and working in Thailand.
over dinner we discussed the coup and what it meant for us farang.
Having lived through a coup already themselves Kheng and Kuba did not seem to phased by the situation reminding us that ...
... was loving it too, with Kerrie holding her hat on firmly. We jumped out and bid farewell to our trusty driver. Chinatown stretched out in front of us and we went off in search of some tasty treats for dinner. 30 minutes later, we were still walking, deeper into the abyss, with increasing foul aromas, narrowing pavements, more tac and no sign of anything edible. I say edible as we did pass a few places with cockroaches (live this time, and not for sale) and some ...
... life. We saw the arduous work of farmers, unaffected by the unbearable heat, tending to their land and livestock. The endless miles of carefully cultivated grounds exemplified the diligent suffering of the Thai people. The journey was particularly stop-start. Every station we went through would draw the train to a halt as people jumped aboard. Within minutes of pulling out of each station an army of entrepreneurs would pile through the ...
... towards a very high decking area. We could see a baby elephant splashing about in the nearby river and another ten or so full size dotted about mainly enjoying what looked like turnips! Suddenly an ENORMOUS elephant pulled up the edge of the deck ridden by a very small mahut, sitting just behind his ears. Apparently mahuts often look after the same elephant since they are boys and when ethically treated, use their feet behind the elephants ears to guide them on. On the back of ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCitadines Sukhumvit 16 Bangkok
Citadines Apartment is great, the housekeeping is doing their job. While I am staying there it just feel like home. Everything is good, except the toilet is still kind of dirty, whenever I accidentally spray the water onto the wall, there will be many thing falling off but I guess it's really alright to me since other part of the apartment just cover this!
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