Citadines Sukhumvit 23 Bangkok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... bar. It was actually very sweet listening to some of the old gents getting up on stage and serenading the crowd. It wasn't exactly outstanding talent, but it was definitely interesting! For dinner I had pineapple rice, which usually comes in a pineapple, but they told me their pineapples were too small for my dish so it came in a tagine instead. We headed back home after food and packed up ready to leave the hotel in the morning. It's a really early ...
Wow - weather back home looks a bit ordinary. Hope our dear neighbours Tom and Lynne have turned the sprinklers off! My son David and family were coming up from Brisbane to soak up the Sunshine Coast beach weather - maybe they will stay home. From reports I have read there is a lot of flooding - hope we have a house to come back to - it may have slipped down the hill. Concerned about the usual waterfall we get in heavy rain from next door - ...
... was extremely helpful, since his English was really good, and he had just visited all the places we planned on gig the day before. He explained the train system and gave us great directions on where to get on and off at, and the cheapest way to get to the old city. We took his advice and mastered the train system without too much of a problem. The train system only cost about $1 and we both agreed it was nicer the Chicago's ...
... the aftermath of Agent Orange) we couldn't face another walk down misery lane in order to complete the Phnom Penh checklist.
It is telling that the highlight of our time in Phnom Penh was almost getting run over by Lou Carpenter (from Neighbours). We were crossing the street on the riverfront when a tuk tuk driver attempted an ill advised U-turn at speed. We saw the whites Lou Carpenter's startled eyes as the tuk tuk narrowly avoided us. Jen knew instantly it was Lou ...
... victories were celebrated with a lot of energy. Okok, some songs a bit strange and funny for us westerners. But, once again, I was amazed to see an Asian country making a show of organization and education. I loved to see the fight. Very fun. In Asiatique has a similar Ferris wheel like the London Eye. It was inevitable not compare both, and my conclusion was, taking the proper proportions, I admire the two cities as the same, with the difference that the Thai people is much ...