Citadines Sukhumvit 23 Bangkok
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... statues. There was also a gigantic reclining Buddha, a couple hundred feet long with intricate mother-of-pearl inlays on the soles of the feet. We exit Wat Pho and walk towards the entrance of the Grand Palace. Along the way we encounter more of Bangkok's famous scams. First, we are told by a "friendly" Thai gentleman that we can't get in right now because the temple adjoining the Palace is closed for a Buddhist holiday and we should go with him instead. This ...
story goes: we were at the airport, ready to check-in.. a guy comes and says that abu dhabi airport "collapsed" under the amount of flights/people. so if we would go there, we'd probably spend FEW days while they get operational again! they will put us now in a hotel (all expenses covered) and we'll see.. apparently, we'll work out details how to get back to europe without going over abu dhabi.. stay tuned ...
... Then during the time we were deciding whether to book it or find another company, they sold the last 2 tickets. After an angry spell of around 10 minutes we booked the bus leaving at 3.45 for 144 baht each which is under £3 and headed to the nearest cafe and bought ourselves a cappuccino (which is a special treat) and sat feeling sorry for ourselves before ordering a beef burger and a further drink while we waited 4 hours for the bus. In fact it was a blessing in disguise as we ...
... and giving them s new home and flowers, incense sticks are placed here daily. There is a mystery surrounding Jim Thompson as he disappeared on holiday and never returned home. No one knows what happened but his home was donated to Thailand by his nephew who still visits once a year and he is 91 years old lives in America. Tonight on the overnight train to ...
... we found that the main road leading to the park was blocked off to traffic, with various stalls, music speakers, bikes to ride upon and other celebratory activities taking place. We had stumbled upon Bangkok's 'Car Free Day 2014' - what a lovely event to accidentally stumble across. Here I was given a sample of sweet popcorn which I thoroughly appreciated - apparently today everything was free in ...