First House Bangkok
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
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... arrested and carted off...I bumped into him later that night and he had basically been caught urinating in the street, had to pay bail of $1000 USD, had his passport confiscated, and would face his charges in 2 weeks. Crazy! And a nice little reminder not to misbehave in Bangkok ;) I met a lot of travellers tonight who had also had run ins and was a fun night to hear all their ...
... me and didn't get anything for myself!)
Extremely tired and ready for cocktails at the end of the day.
Day 2. We wanted to finish up the shopping and decided to head over to our favorite street... big bust! We couldn't find a thing. Back to the shopping area and to another mall. Another bust! Sonia continued and I went back to the hotel. We had planned on doing a spa day for our last day ...
... not so good! We headed round Patong Market and up a street where there were just queues of prostitutes! Crazy! We fancied a rooftop bar so went to Cloud 47. Met a couple who were on their honeymoon and doing a skybar crawl! Not bad! It was a great view and they had a cover band on too. After we tried to get a bus back but watching the locals that were at the same bus stop start getting taxis made us join ...
... the shopping/restaurants/bars. It was a new hotel and it was very nice, especially given that it was only $35 a night.
While in Sukhumvit, we split our time between seeing a few more sights and getting a feel for what life would be like living in Bangkok. We visited as many parks as we could find on our map and took a boat trip ...
... stairs and found myself in an entirely unfamiliar place, but I backtracked and found my bearings OK. Being peak hour, the train was so full that by the second station people could no longer fit and were being left on the platform for who knows how many more trains, and they only run every 15 minutes. It was fortunate I managed to squeeze on but I had to stand for the entire trip. With my final remaining 40 baht I found another 7-eleven at the airport and stocked up on some ...