Fraser Suites Sukhumvit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the heck out of both of us. Coming back I felt more accomplished- you walk trying not to hold on, all the while trying to "make it swing with each step"! Yikes!! Final stop - the memorial Stoop in Thimphu where our first hotel is. About to crash .... Note to self: write about lunch with the "Indians" and food/ performances by young dancers and now a very loud movie outside our hotel/stray dogs everywhere!! Oh ...
... cards) at which point he broke the news that I would be covering his lessons in Pongsuan tomorrow. I guess that desire to teach alone at Pongsuan came sooner than I hoped. My final lesson would have gone quite well I think if they hadn't turned up 20 minutes late. That sort of thing has a tendency to throw a spanner in the works. I clearly must have been tired because I dozed on and off for the journey back to the office. ...
Hangover and all we were going out! Our flight to Chiang Mai was at 420 PM we got up ate a weird breakfast, sinisa had possibly the worst weird eggs a chicken sausage… mine was 4 pieces of bread… with American cheese melted on it! I loved it! Thank you age 3-10 melting real "American cheese" on toast!!! Brought me back!!! Anyhow we stated walking and walking… anyone who has been to Mexico understands the cat calls the hello ...
... them outdoor bars with plastic chairs and cheap drinks. Do not drink any mixer drinks there, be safe and stay with bottled beer... They might have branded bottles, but you donīt know whatīs acually in it. I had a gin tonic and I felt so terrible the next morning, that I was seriously considering to change the flight. Luckily it wasnīt possible and I felt better by the time we had to leave. Goodbye Bangkok, hello Hong ...
... backpacker areas, suburban areas on the outskirts and loads of others in between. One of the backpacker areas which is fairly well known is called Khao San Road, and I decided to head here to find a hostel. Khao San Road itself has a bit of a reputation for being a little crazy so I found a hostel a couple of roads away which was lovely and really relaxed; loads of cushions all around the place and true to Thai custom, a 'no shoes inside' rule. In my dorm I met some people who ...