Grand Tower Inn Sukhumvit 55
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... meat I can't identify. And you can't go 5 metres without being hassled to buy things: taxi rides, tuk tuk rides, tour guides, drawings and so on. It got so tiresome so quickly that I defaulted to pretending I just didn't hear and not making eye contact. I did some sightseeing, including the democracy monument, and stopped by a 7-Eleven for something to eat: I didn't want to try meat of unknown origin and be sick on the plane so I thought I'd play it safe with packaged food. Bangkok ...
... My connecting flight in Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok got cancelled and therefore I had to wait another 7 hours for the next one instead of 2. The flight to Kuala Lumpur however was quite pleasant, although I didn't manage to get much sleep. Since I had to wait for 7 hours at the airport in Kuala Lumpur, I was able to sleep for three hours here though, which actually helped me to stay up until around 12 that night.
Once at ...
... The seats were cushioned and reclined and the bus had A/C. We both slept about 4 or 5 hours, yet the time went really quickly. We were both sleeping when at 5:45 AM or so we heard one of the drivers yelling, "wake up - Bangok. Wake up - Bangkok'. Within minutes, everyone was off the bus and we had arrived in Bangkok nearly 18 hours after leaving our accommodation in Koh Samui.
We took a ...
... of recieving money for the privalage. On the way back to our hotel in the taxi after the show we had to pass through Police road blocks and we were checked out before being waved on (all to do with the state of emergency).
Our sight seeing around the Grand Palace and the temple of the Emerald Buddha was exhausting in the heat but pretty spectacular with all of the gold and bright colours around. It is impossible to describe the palace ...
We went to visit her at the school yesterday where she showed us around. We were all surprised with how nice this facility was (probably a lot nicer than most private schools in the US). Debbie said the kids here at this school are from the higher income families and are all very intelligent kids. She said more than 90% of them go off to college ...