Grand Diamond Suites Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... sick of these places, they all have the same meaning and do the same thing for the Monks. We seen a monk yesterday sat in the temple guarding the gifts that were given by people coming to prey, on an iPhone 6! I thought monks were poor and lived by people donating money and clothes to them! - fake monk. We fed the fish there, these huge red and grey things and massive carp! Ross put our go pro in there, didn't show much except the odd eye and scale coming past the lense every ...
... our trip and few remaining days left. After a bit of difficulty in locating the skytrain and sorting out the route, tickets and how to use them, we were whizzing through the outskirts of the city. We transferred to the underground metro and popped out at Silom - I thought it was only 300 metres to hotel but it was 20 minutes of lugging heavy packs as we need to get off another station (not the metro but ...
... than anything else. We are now back in Bangkok, where the SE Asia road ends. We've had a couple of days to stock up on cheap fake goods and finally get my haircut before we reach the Western world again for the first time in 4 months. We will miss the easy going lifestyle, the less structured way of doing things and of course the food. But we welcome buses that actually take the number of people that can fit on, drivers who drive like they wish to live and would die for some crackers and ...
... after all). There were curious people in America, too. Thai people just seem to be more couth about how they express their curiosity. I've had everyone from monks to elderly women on public transport to a Japanese tourist at a temple ask to take pictures with me, touch my hair, touch my skin, and generally just show great fascination. It can be awkward, but I've learned that nothing breaks the tension or puts someone at ease more than a genuine smile. Just smile. You'd ...
So I'm in china right now. It's our first day and we do not really know what to do with ourselves. Although I have just downloaded and paid £2.99 English to mandarin app which is well proving it's worth, we only wish I had purchased it before our greasy noodle breakfast. I thought I'd take the opportunity to write my next blog. I finished my last blog slightly dramatically pre-empting the story of our hellish Laos border crossing. We our still slightly traumatised from ...