First House Bangkok
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
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... material, cotton lining and some zips with a smiley lady who showed me her calendar and indicated that the bags will be ready for collection on 7th February. I asked if I could take her photo so that I'll recognise her in one week's time! Dorothy came over to my side of the river and together we explored the galleries and coffee shops. It was good to be able to introduce a 'local' to places she didn't know about! Dorothy is thinking of organising something along the lines of ...
Let the journey begin.... Thursday 20th November was the start of our adventure. We said some emotional farewells, and took our flight to Bangkok via Deli. We arrived at 7pm in Bangkok, took a taxi to our swanky hotel in Lumphini, and wondered out to find something small to eat. We took a risk, and went for a pork satay on the street - seemed to go down well! With the jet lag, Saturday morning took me a lot of effort to get out of bed! Chris however, was up and buzzing around like a kid ...
... for the next talk, so I headed up to their room to do some more trip planning for the next leg.
I've been trying to figure out a bunch of stuff and things are sort of finally coming together. I need to be in Chiang Mai on November 6th for Loi Krathong (Festival of Lights), and I had looked briefly at flights from Hanoi before and they started getting up there in price on the 4th. So I was thinking about flying in to Chiang Mai on the 3rd. That meant I needed ...
... clearly **** as i have paid for a taxi more expensive than what i would in australia, and the music is hurting my ears, busy roads and pouring down rain ( first rain i have seen in 7 months now ) and i am loving it, noise every where, colour every where, its exactly what i come travelling i get to Bangkok Center hotel, and its stunning, in the middle of the city, large swimming pool and my room is massive, james bags are already in the room so i know hes here, ...
... and now;
- How you behave in your current life will affect your rebirth in the next life.
Other than seeing the different architecture and statues we also saw the Reclining Buddha which was 46 m long and 15 m tall. Yet this isn't the most amazing part, which is it's made out of actual gold!
Following Wat Po we headed along a market where you could buy anything from cassettes (how retro!) to gold jewellery (possibly fake). It was after this that we ...