Citadines Sukhumvit 11 Bangkok
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Our final train journey in Asia began at 0850 am in Chiang Mai.
The tuk tuk journey to the station was just 10 minutes, we paid 100 baht.
Our train was on time. It was called the Special Express. We had booked 2nd class, I was hoping the train was a bit cleaner than the Indian trains.
We were greeted by a member of staff …
... to help us out. She asked why we came to this hostel, as it turned out to be right front row and dead centre to the main rally stage. As we weaved through the sea of sleeping Thai demonstrators (it was 2am-see pics), I asked myself the same thing. She said not to be afraid, that it will just be loud and busy. Funny, since Kirk wanted to meet people, hope by that he meant local demonstrators. Finally at 4 am I was tired enough to fall ...
... and quite funny. On the way out we went through the dinosaur exhibition which was an absolute joke. We got back to the hotel to find the others had already left so we swam, packed our bags and chilled poolside drinking beer until we pretty much had to go, then got a metered cab to Khao San and found a room together for us and Red (at the wakeboard park) at Siam Oriental. The others went to the Forensic ...
... I told him I just had a great roadside meal but would be happy to drive him on my scooter to save him taxi fare and give him company. The Thai BBQ is not that great. Not a big fan but many thrive on it because it is dirt cheap. Thin cuts of mystery meat and you cook it yourself like fondue. After dinner we had a few games of pool, which I kicked his Belgium ass and then to bed as I have a 5 am wake up call to get to the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center