Citrus Sukhumvit 22 Hotel Bangkok
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It's was an excellent interactive hands on museum, plus air conditioned!
... thunderstorm. We rested in an air-conditioned cafe for a bit before continuing to tour the area. Next, we headed to Wat Pho, a temple famous for its giant reclining Buddha. In addition to the Buddha statue, intricate chedis, Buddha statues, and other temples filled the grounds. On a tip from Jocelyn, we were able to catch the monk chanting at 5 pm, which ended up being really cool to sit in on. When we were templed-out, we walked to the river ...
... Forget to eat - though usually have a good breakfast.
Met up with Donna - who's husband was flown from Myanmar- he is still very sick. Also another woman whose husband had a heart attack in BKK ( he works here - she had to come from NZ). He had to be revived by CPR - and actually died and was brought back. Very seriously ill. They gave me their numbers as a support group.
Bob returned from the test - unfortunately did ...
... firm as the other 2. He caved when I grabbed his licence and turned on his meter.
(Full Time: Bangkok corruption 2 - Andrew 6)
Even though it was getting really tiresome doing this every time, it was very enjoyable getting my revenge.
That evening we went wondering round a night market and found silk scarfs with the same designs and quality as those in the Pakistani shop we had seen earlier. We called it an early night as Chris was returning ...
Today we got boxed breakfast from the hotel and took a shuttle to the airport. When we arrived at the airport we walked straight to the Thai Airways Business Lounge and it was incredibly nice; it was unlike anything I have ever experienced.
We took our ...