First House Bangkok
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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So we're now into our third month in Thailand working as English teachers and I've already opted to spend my Saturday covering someone else's club shift. I don't think this will be a regular occurrence, because despite the good money, I don't really enjoy it that much. The kids in club are smarter, sure, but they are also less disciplined - they aren't at school here, somehow the rules don't seem to apply. Some of them can be pretty bratty about it too. All in all the day went ...
... it a success. I overcame my fear, got to see amazing sea life, and experienced that peace of hearing only your breath that every diver describes.
When I returned to Bangkok from the islands I was surprised by Guarav from India! With more flowers in hand he spent the next week traveling with me in Bangkok and up to Chiang Mai. He really took this treating me like a Queen thing seriously! I was continuously complimented and ...
... covered in gold with these MASSIVE feet. Unfortunately we couldn't go into the royal gardens because I was, to coin a phrase 'needing an extra inch' but it was getting late and we had to meet our new tour group soon anyway. We arrived at the Bankok Centre hotel at 6pm in a taxi that used it's meter - a proud moment! - there we met our lovely new group who we had a classic, mouth burning Thai ...
... Buddhas were painted gold. Trying to describe the Grand Palace really doesn't do it justice, so it's best to view our pictures to see how ornate and beautiful all the buildings are. Seeing the huge reclining Buddha at Wat Pho was quite amazing as well and of all the Buddha's we've seen it was Kristen's favourite. Khao San Road and Chinatown was a crazy and fun experience. Overwhelming at times, chaotic certainly, but full of culture in its own unique way. We started our day ...
... was all about opening up the world to Ashlee - providing a window into other cultures and how people live to also give her appreciation of her own country. Travel is a passion for me, it was great to share this with Ashlee and have great father - daughter time before her teenage years and college. We had our ups and downs (95% ups) but part of travel is the 'unknowns' and dealing with challenges along the ...