ibis Bangkok Sathorn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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And the traveling continues. I take the minivan back to Bangkok and have to pay for an additional seat for my backpack - it at least got to stay on the seat!
It's a short evening/night in Bangkok as I have a very early flight and will be leaving to the airport at 3.30 am... It's almost not worth spending the money on a hotel room but at …
... but the drinks really expensive: the cheapest was a local beer at £380 baht (inc. service charge) which is about $12, €9, £7, so we only had one then headed back to the hostel, buying more on the way! We had dinner - real Pad Thai, none of that english takeaway, then played drinking games at the hostel preparing for the infamous Koh San Road! It was a fun night.
Koh San Road is a crazy place but good for clubs and fun if you go with a group of people, ...
Hungover day. It was the day after the night before. After awaking feeling very shabby we forced ourselves into the shower and to get ready as we were determined to catch the sun. The hostel map showed a big park not too far away so we thought we'd venture there and sun bathe. The map lied. It was ages, well it was probably a 20 minute walk but with the horrendously hot weather and the headaches we were already suffering it felt like an entire lifetime. ...
... visas. This way we were sure there were no problems and could enjoy our next two days in Bangkok without worrying about needing to go back to the embassy!
The next day, we explored the modern side of Bangkok, going back to the Siam Square area (which we had quickly visited on our last visit in January) to indulge ourselves into a bit of retail therapy. Well actually it was more window-shopping than proper retail therapy as I think we only bought a headtorch ...
... a lot of bling! We really enjoyed the hushed atmosphere as you wandered around the inner and outer courtyards with the traditional thai architecture and spent a good couple of hours taking it all in. If you like buddha statues or are even the tiniest bit spiritual, this is the place for you. Spectacular!
We hailed another tuk-tuk back to the sky train (I hung on to my new sunglasses this time in case you were wondering) ...