Fraser Suites Sukhumvit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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Landed in Bangkok. Wow it really does hit you. Not only is it hot but it is busy! Traffic jams, people, mayhem and markets. The first thing I noticed was the heat, a nice 32 degrees, better than the -3 degrees we had in England on our way to London. We grabbed a taxi from the airport, you take a number from a machine and go to the corresponding bay and hop in. The car is driven down ...
... of time constraints. I think I have enough time to see that and still make it to Hanoi on time if I skip Nha Trang (Vietnam) which I was only going to dive at anyways, and is sort of a half day travel out of the way. So in any case, it's all working out.
I spent the morning yesterday looking up what to do in Krabi, and trying to figure out the layout of the area - where the various beaches and islands and other attractions are. It looks like the high ...
... hand in hand along the hustle and bustle of Khao San Road one last time. Managed to get a postcard for Grandad and I to add to our respective collections. Then Anthony helped me haggle for a new t-shirt (like those I had from Camden Market - though this one is not only made in Thailand but brought in Thailand too). One final pack back at the hotel and three 4am alarms were set before we decided to crash out for the evening. Off to Chiang Rai tomorrow!
Claire & ...
... and girls younger than 15 get trapped into prostitution and various other trades in the Red Light district this is one way to support it. It's all linked. Think wisely on the impact your money has and the support you are perhaps unconsciously giving. On a different note we are both loving Asia with its vibrancy, culture and people and can't wait for Cambodia. There's always some weird and wacky thing to see and do. We'll keep you ...
... I had never experienced in a movie theatre before.
The movie ended after 8 and even though the kiosks I wanted to buy shirts from said they closed at 8, Garyn was determined to find them to see if they were still open. Garyn led the way and ultimately got us back to where I wanted to buy from. It was about to close, but we arrived just in time. Within 10 minutes, I purchased 3 t-shirts from 3 different shops ...