D Varee Diva Bally Silom, Bangkok
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... and is worth a look for odds and ends to shop. I found it good when I was looking for table cloths and Thai style dinner accessories after I did my 5 day Cooking Course many years ago.
Caught a taxi to Khao San Road – it was very painful in the traffic – we drove about 18kms and it cost B180 – seriously wrong time of the day to be catching a cab – 1730 right in the heart of peak hour.
... won't need to go to the toilet again as it is a hole in the train and everything goes onto the track. No heated toilet seats anymore! Grim details - slum dog millionaire style as Fabienne has compared it to. That is the end of my first blog update - probably abit too long but I am bored on the train and my iPad battery has died. Bangkok has been crazy and amazing but I am looking forward to our next destination and chilling by a pool and hopefully getting a nice ...
I have enjoyed the first stay in Bangkok - going to new train stops getting out and looking around. I found ASOK pier yesterday underneath a road - commuter boats using the canals. Its something I have not done yet. Went to the Hilton again for all you can drink session and chilled out. Everyone wants to help me do my sudoku - I have handed out a few over the last few days. The TV coverage here is different - its amazing how awful Tony looks and how much damage he ...
... of having the pods on the sides is that there is ample storage with 2 bins each. Our flight was very comfortable with the normal amount of turbulence. We both enjoyed the tail mounted camera which showed the plane landing. I decided to treat us both to a limousine to take us to our hotel when we landed in Bangkok at 7am on Tuesday. We drove through peak hour traffic and I decided not to watch the driving as all cars took the line markings ...
... our documents they would print out our stuff. That was fine, we said, so we went in search of free wi-fi, which, in comparison to Cambodia and Thailand, is not that easy. One smoothie and a cup of tea later and we've managed to email our documents over (well, it may have taken several attempts). Once we were done with that it was time to head back to the hotel. It was only once we were almost there that Becky asked about whether I ...