Citadines Sukhumvit 23 Bangkok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... style trip through the traffic, it was certainly an experience. We weren't entirely convinced we'd been dropped in the right place, but we weren't far and took the sky train to get the rest of the way. So our final meal of the holiday was at a restaurant called Buddy Group which was right by the river, we finally tried 'young coconuts' to drink, I didn't enjoy it all that much. Afterwards we made our way to the Sky Bar on the 63rd ...
... the hotel through Bangkok, taking in the scenes and knowing this would be our last full day, and certainly the last in the city for a number of years. The heat was pretty oppressive and perhaps a little refreshment was called for, amongst the fried chicken stalls, the street traders and the many shoppers was an Irish Pub. We were greeted with the normal hands clasped together and the welcome news that happy ...
... food was while simultaneously remembering how expensive beer and alcohol is. $2 for a beer and $6 for a bucket you have to be joking, I miss 25 cent beers and getting drunk for free already.... On Thursday we went shopping, this is pretty much all we did, my love for Bangkok shopping malls has not decreased one bit, they are still ...
... verbazen dat dit de laatste keer is dat we hier komen. Al is het een moeilijke beslissing tussen hier en Langkawi (Maleisië) als we het mooiste eiland van Zuid-Oost Azië moeten kiezen. Farewell Koh Samui and see you again! This island has certainly conquered a place in our hearts and I would be amazed if we would never come here again. Although it is a tough decision between here and Langkawi (Malaysia) if we had to choose the most beautiful island of South-East ...
... paintings, wood carvings, etc. Martina and I picked up some nice lacquer ware items. So far, Myanmar is the most devout country we've visited. The people take their Buddhism very seriously. Buddhism does not have a place for jealousy or envy. They're also very conservative in dress and manner. But they're also so friendly and helpful, and just seem generally happy and content. It's been that way in all the countries we've visited here in SE Asia, but it's very pronounced ...