ibis Bangkok Nana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Does the job, but beware its in a crowded seedy area
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We have been quite busy lately! not having much free time to sit in the hostel and catch up on the blog and uploading photos etc. We've had a really good last few days though! so ill finally fill everyone in.
On New years day we got onto the river taxi and headed up to the reclining buddha at Wat Pho. It was sooooooo busy but we just got in and got out as fast as possible... saw the buddha.. took some photos... out. We ...
... music & heaps of celebrations. Such a lovely experience as many tours who pass through would never get to enjoy this. Back to our room to try & get some sleep & as I pull back my bed covers I see something black running like mad. I never found it again so i slept in my sleep liner with it wrapped around my head & my own pillow case for the night. Apparently the guesthouse in Laos tomorrow is ...
... has a curtain, pillow & blanket. Thankfully I had a window. I slept for approx 8 hours cannot believe it. We rocked & bumped our way through the night, doors opening & closing. I woke up to the most gorgeous scenery. Passing through local stations, chicken & dogs running about everywhere (I thought then yip I'm glad I got my rabies jab). So bye for now & ill have some more stories from Chiang ...
... hopped back on the train to go to Bangkok's biggest weekend market place, Chatuchak Market. It was MASSIVE!!! It's a good thing it closed down at 6pm or we might have wandered around all night!! The crowd there was unreal and made for some great people watching. We all tried some wonderful Thai treats, the boys each bought a pair of knock off "Beats by dr. dre" head sets, Brad got his first knock off watch and I got a Tourist shirt ...
... some information on how to get to the Embassy of Myanmar. It´s quite normal that most Thai people give you wrong information in Bangkok just to force you to take a taxi or tour. We went to ask to the official information center and were told that the only way how to get to the closest train station was by a taxi or tuk-tuk. One big lie, of course! There is always another way…we kept asking and found out that there were several public buses leaving from the bus terminal ...