Fraser Suites Sukhumvit
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Over the highway. Past another roundabout and then I finally arrived. There was a McDonalds, and being in Norway I figured that was probably the least expensive option. I ordered a Big Mac Meal (which comes with a cheeseburger?), and it cost 100 krone - that's $20AUD! So much for an inexpensive lunch. Once I'd eaten enough calories that I could probably go without eating until Australia, I walked back to the terminal - but my feet were getting pretty sore so I cheated and when I got ...
... of the best food so far.
I would definitely return here. There are neighbouring islands to visit, boat trips, snorkelling and great swimming, but I would look for somewhere cheaper.
All too soon it was time to leave and we made our way back to the mainland and Trang for our overnight train back to Bangkok. It was sad to say goodbye to everyone but we’ve exchanged emails so hopefully will keep in touch. All in all a great trip and quite an ...
... I ordered a prawn noodle bowl, thinking that I would get some noodles, broth and a few prawns, but it was one gigantic prawn, served similar to what a crawfish is served like. I really didn't know how to eat it, as they gave me a spoon and fork, so I just worked at cutting parts of it. The broth was lemon grass and was really good.
Next, I went to a mall and got a cell phone from a cell phone stand. It was about $60 used, and as I realize now, ...
... happen is totally unclear because even the announced February elections will probably not make a difference if the Red Shirts win again.
So we left Bangkok by day train (the overnight one was already full) and Robert started his bird list, already 16 new species on the first day, not bad. The scenery was mainly rice paddies and only when we were getting closer to Chiang Mai the countryside became a bit more hilly.
... looks like 'NO' but more shaky side to side). I really loved how India was so relatively uninfluenced by the West and how comparatively they still hold true to their values, their religions and customs. My first week in Thailand has been used for getting my body over the craziness that was India. It has been really amazing in terms of finally letting me rest and returning to western comforts. Not sure how much I like that though and although I have huge joys at having ...