Citadines Sukhumvit 23 Bangkok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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- Shuttle bus service
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... this market, it will be best to come on my own or with a friend. I guess neither of them are super keen on strolling though the tiny alleyways filled with people! Hopefully, I can talk Cathy (my sister-in-law) who is coming in a month and then Rochelle who will be here in Feb/Mar to spend a day at the market. There are so many amazing things to see there. I want to spend some money and get some more Thai art pieces to decorate the house a bit more!
... they might get hurt, but it's okay to have them running around in socks for this other game that you didn't suggest. The job is exhausting enough without having someone standing over you and questioning and contradicting every decision you make. For the first time I regretted my decision not to come home with Becky for October. It'd be nice to go and see my friends and family. It'd be nice to eat some comfort food. It'd be nice to be reminded why I'm out here. ...
... and purchase of a very reasonable airport express ticket, we were finally on our way. The sky trains are rated the third best thing to do in Bangkok and we can see why now. Getting around town in any other way is simply confusing. Maps are terrible, roads are busy and the locals are hilariously unhelpful. Definitely a travellers tip there, do not trust anyone in Bangkok, they simply lie for their own amusement. Luckily we made it on time for our flight and here we are.
... don't exist in Bangkok is a fallacy, and given the students have been looking at the issue of human trafficking in class, the boys were able to see Pat Pong for what it really is. The feelings were probably best summed up by Henry who just said 'this is not ok'. From an educational point of view, it's good that the boys can way away and think that this kind of thing isn't the real Thailand and goes against all the other ...
... that she has actually lived in Iran until she was eight, and visited her country every year. She had some very interesting things to share about her country and their culture. I believe it was the first time that I had talked to anyone from Iran. A side note, what is interesting is that she would always refer to herself as an Persian, and not an Iranian. There had been some drinking related accident in Chiang Mai, which ended up killing one of the members of the ...