I-Residence Hotel Silom
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... down too! It didn't and we were soon back at long beach. Our last day at Phi Phi was spent on a group tour to Phi Phi Ley where we got to see the beach 'beach'. We felt being so close and seeing as everyone goes there we didn't want to miss out. We opted for the group tour to save some money and also thought that the group can't be that bad, but while waiting to board the boats we spotted the lady from Marseille from the last ferry we took and thought if we were on the same boat as her ...
... would be the worst pit of our travels so far. I won't go into details but lets just say if I wanted a Sauna experience i could have gotten one cheaper than that **** shack.
Anyway Bangkok itself wasn't bad, despite the overbearing suit salesmen and tuk-tuk drivers. That evening was the last of a Lantern Festival in the city and we saw fireworks over the river and boats with varying fairy lights to celebrate. ...
... round sweating. Same again that evening, more curry or noodles and a few beers. I took Adele back to the hotel and went to watch my team at a bar. Day 3- chill whilst waiting for our clothes to be washed, 2 bags for about £1.50! Tried to get our heads down before our taxi to the airport at 4am but no good. Next stop ...
... We slept well that night! We dedicated day two to Bangkok's most famous attractions, the Grand Palace and the Statue of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho). On our way we passed dozens of riot police, police vans, security officers, army personnel and thousands of civil servants. Having heard about the unrest in Bangkok at the beginning of the year we were slightly nervous to say the least. We seemed to walk straight into the center of a (peaceful) anti-government demonstration. ...
... where the police look at the tread depth.
Next we still need to buy camping equipment and a motorbike dress tried on. Also the cell phone from Francesca (broken screen) we had to fix. All together took about three days without that we have looked at a place of interest. But this is normal that we first do the important things.
In Bangkok, everything takes a little longer, because it is a city in XXL, a real monster. The traffic is relaxed and not as ...