Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... Sheep Corner restaurant in Sydney and he and his partners have created a relaxed contemporary atmosphere where customers really feel at home.
In the evening I just had to take the lift to the Mexican restaurant in my hotel where I met the Chaiwatanasirikul family for dinner. All four children, Boy , Ann, Pat and Jay , studied at Home End Farm before going on to Rendcomb College and then tertiary education in the U.K., and now all four ...
... who got right to the bottom of the situation... No transfer! He then tried to book me a 'limousine' taxi which would have cost about £23 but I remember Uncle Steve's invaluable advice to get a meter taxi, so I did and I saved myself a substantial amount of money!! So by now most of you will know I'm sharing a room with a woman called Caroline (Caz), couldn't have asked for a better roomie! She's 47 and ...
... could get everything there it was on the riverside nice to look out over the river whilst watching you didn't tread on any rats! We wondered around and ended up in the flower market. OMG I have never seen so many flowers and people arranging them and making things out of flowers the was roads and roads of stalls. So cheap too, a massive bunch of roses at lease 3-4 dozen for 60 baht approx £1.20 a pity we are traveling tomorrow would of been loverly in the hotel room. Time to ...
... metropolis. I caught a local bus from the massive airport into the city, arriving about an hour later and being dropped on the banks of the massive Chao Phraya River. I pulled off my pack, sat down on a bench and just soaked in the vibe. It was amazing. The river was massive, huge Buddhist temples along it, riverboats humming up and down the river. They would slam into the docks, people would jump on and off and the boat would leave.
Smells, sights, noises ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service