Grand Tower Inn Sukhumvit 55
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... physically however it was the hottest day we have had so far because not only was the weather over 37 degrees the religious beliefs and complete respect for the royal family meant we had to wear long trousers or skirts and sleeved tops. One of the funniest things was seeing the other tourists who had either bought random items of clothing from the nearby markets or borrowed them from the spares at the palace entrance - check out the picture of us, Chris in his dazzling ...
... and we ended up being kicked out of the taxi in the middle of the Thai government election protests! This time I came armed with the address written down in Thai. The first taxi driver didn't want to use the metre but his friend, who had been waving at Ru during breakfast, told us he would. We found the mall and Millie was completely enthralled. It's one of those places where we are the only western people there. I'm not sure why it's not more of a ...
We returned to Bangkok via night train in an attempt to maximize hang out time with Sarajane's college friend Hanna and boy, did she hook us up. Hanna is working in China right now and happened to be visiting a friend in Bangkok exactly during our last two days in the city. We ended up staying with Frank and Meg, two of the most generous and inviting parents we've ever met. I mean honestly, ...
... I'm bound to go to sleep I hope I don't snore and, later, John tells me he was hoping he didn't ****.
We are gently pummeled and rubbed for two hours, which passed oh so quickly - before it was time to get changed.
There was hot lemongrass tea waiting for us after we had dressed and Note was also there ready to whisk us off to the next adventure she had planned.
We were taken to a cooking school called A Little Something where we learnt to cook ...
... deal. I reach for his hand and the little bugger pulls away and slides his fingers through his hair :) Slick.. His friends think that I'll fall for it with them too, so they also hold their hands out but I smack them before they can move away. After a good laugh they asked us what country we were from, followed by the usual “Canada good country” comment. After a brief back-and-forth, I hold my hand out to “chubs” to say goodbye and goodnight. ...
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