Citadines Sukhumvit 23 Bangkok
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... for the week, I didn't want to risk having to find somewhere new to stay!
Unfortunately, I happened to choose the worst possible time to visit Bangkok as the whole city was in lockdown due to the military coup taking over the government; this meant army guards positioned around many of the MRT stops and an enforced 10pm curfew. Brilliant.
Despite the early evenings however, we still managed to squeeze in plenty of fun activities. The next day saw the three of us ...
... menu covering thai and international cuisine. Michael and I were able to get another thai food hit whilst the others could pick and choose from the western items.
After a few drinks and a few hours of catching up on the past 6 months we headed back to the hotel for yet another sleep.
Day 3 started off in the same late lazy fashion as day 2.
After breakfast and some quick research regarding our up coming Chiang ...
... really hit us and Louisa went to sleep and I watched game of thrones!( I have a whole week in Bangkok, there's no need to rush!) then for our last meal :( for this we ventured into the famous kho San road! It took us 40 minutes on the public bus, an option we took because it was crazy cheap! After dinner saru gave us all a good bye speech that was a bit emosh and then surprised us with some money to buy us all ...
... from the ageing speakers, people stared, almost infatuated, at the elevated shrine to their monarch that was the focal point in the station. Upon completion, the speakers reverted to blaring out tacky adverts as everyone around us returned to their seats, entirely unnerved by the impromptu show of loyalty. I must say that although this is the first mass tribute to his majesty I've witnessed, the respect he has from the Thai people is visible ...
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