Fraser Suites Sukhumvit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... with bringing it out from now-on. In a couple hours, we will head out to Sing Buri where we will spend the next four days learning Thai language, culture and history. After that, we will all venture to Ang Thong to begin volunteering in a hospital there. There is still some confusion as to whether or not I will be able to go to Mae Sot, but if I am able to, I will head there after one week in Ang Thong. Sawaddee krap ...
... I was a bit scared getting in and out but I managed to not fall in! On arrival to Bang Krachao we hired some bicycles (really old and creaky), got given a hand drawn map and off we went (I can still ride a bike - hooray!) The place was amazing and we'd definitely recommend it to anyone. It sadly isn't that well known as it is a bit out of the way, but so worth it and we were practically the only tourists there. We had lots of locals shouting "Hello" to us as ...
... laughed with my grimaces! It was sad when the girls came to say bye to us, bearing a Bangkok Tour t-shirt as a memento. They had been so good to us and were such a fun bunch to be around. David and I used the facilities, left our ruckersackers in the changing room and headed for the after party. The set up was like an outdoor wedding. There was a stage, dance floor and rows of tables surrounded by the start of a buffet set up. We found SCC's allocated tables ...
Friday 31st October Oh we like these late mornings. After our now established colonial breakfast, we left the apartment to be cleaned and replenished by unseen hands and headed back to the river. Back in the old town we set about another Buddhist temple complex: Wat Pho. Here resides a 45 metre long reclining Buddha in all his golden glory. You see Fiona he too is so stupefied by the humidity and heat he has flopped over, so it is not just me. ...
... surcharge and a 25B toll that needed to be considered), but I was just happy to be in Thailand finally and to see Randy.
Randy and I spent the next couple of days settling in, attempting to fix the suitcase wheel with the help of a local (see pic), discovering that I had – in fact – put my granola bar in my backpack, getting over our jetlag, organizing our 3-month “meditation visa” for Burma, and getting vaccinated at the Bangkok ...