Grand Tower Inn Sukhumvit 55
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... on the roads we took the toll roads... In Thailand (or should I say Asia?) they don't understand the meaning of stopping distance between cars. We were coming off the toll road when the car in front slammed his brakes on a little too late and too sharp, meaning our driver had to, I'm not sure his steering or brakes are that good because we slid side wards down the slip road juddering until we stopped and what felt like a few ...
Got on a bus bound for Bangkok leading to a relatively easy 4.5 hour trip, then an hour city bus ride to Banglamphu for 7B.
Check out a few of the new hostels around and then went to visit my favorite streets - Ram Butri and Khaosan to see what has changed over the past ...
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We woke up at 7am and had breakfast served in our berth at 8am. We then wandered down the train and spent an hour in the observation coach talking to the Customer Services Manager, whilst watching the Thai scenery roll past. We arrived at the bridge over the River Kwai about 11am and watched the Pacific Orient Express go over the bridge from the shore opposite a stunning Buddhist Temple. We were then taken down the river on a boat to the museum and war cemetery at K. ...
... to do it as we had heard so many bad stories and of course were aware that quite a few people had drowned doing it. Alcohol and the Mekong really don't mix. Now there are only three bars instead of the forty that were there previously. There is no zip lining or water sports so it's a lot safer. It was fun we played a lot of beer pong with some New Zealanders we met and a guy from South Africa who insisted he was a Londoner and continuously ripped my Birmingham accent! I ...