Grand Diamond Suites Hotel
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... tasty and such a huge variety available at literally thousands of carts, stalls and restaurants. Reading the travel books and guides puts you in the mood for these delicious meals but something not mentioned is the (more than) occasional dodgy aroma of who knows what, which is yet to be identified and can sometimes put you off. All in all though our stomachs are holding fast and long may it last... Before we arrived we had booked a cookery school and 'Cooking with Poo' was one ...
... over to her and she started crying before we could get back to the sidewalk. Then I hugged her and told her I missed her and we both started crying. She told me that she was homesick and it was so good to see someone she knows again. I told her it felt the same for me. Ange's company provides her with a driver, and he drove us to her dentist appointment while we sat in the back and chatted about travel and work and relationships. Once her appointment was over we didn't miss a ...
... where leaving a day earlier than planned to head to Ayuthaya.
Hopefully in three weeks time the protests would have ended so at least the girls can experience some of what Bangkok has to offer.
Because i woke up at 6am i've already packed and showered, and currently having my breakfast with a nice pot of green tea, sat next to the koi pond. :-) And the weather is gloriously sunny and hot.
... For those under 50 you will just have
to ask me about her when we are next together. We somehow resisted her pleas to
spend £500 on a diamond bracelet, downed the complimentary glass of cold water
and used her toilets…... It`s tough at the top.
Back aboard the tuk tuk we found ourselves then deposited at
a tailor`s shop where we could buy 3 suits and 3 shirts made to measure in 2
days for about £50. I tried explaining that my suit days are long past ...
... the airport with my hands pretty much drenched with sweat from panic, I went to the check in counter and the guy checked my passport and printed out my boarding pass. Easy as that. When he passed me the boarding pass, I thought he was going to ask me to confirm my name and start interrogating me, but nothing. Thanking god, I walked away from the counter and nearly, very nearly did an air punch. The two hour wait on the airport passed so quick, and before I knew it, I ...
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