ibis Bangkok Nana
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- 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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... as previously paid( Sue was full of sound advice - ensure the metres are running before you set off.
Back in unit - early night for me - I think the past days is catching up with me - exhausted.
I think the blog is bogging down to the mundane and boring as there really isn't any progress yet. I will write every day however only send it out when I have some news.
Thanks again for all the messages and positive vibes - I feel the love. xxx
... next 'ladies and children's only' carriage :) However our elation was shortlived when we saw the dining carriage ... Food prepared in a filthy kitchen with people washing dishes in buckets on the floor. We decided that dinner might be muesli bars and chips tonight (food that we'd brought from home in case of such events). It is now 9.44 and we are somewhere between Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Thanks for having us Bangkok ... Next stop Chaing ...
... mortarboards onto their heads and in the other hand their rolled and ribboned certificates and bouquets of flowers. They were able to weave their way through the cars and taxis! Eventually we gave up, paid the taxi driver, left him marooned in a sea of vehicles and took to our feet. Dusk was falling into night but Valerie knew where she was going and we threaded our way through the streets until we came to a road where the traffic was moving and we could hail a songthaew. ...
... Stupa, also known as the Monkey Temple was next on our tour. Set on top of a nearby hill, we set off - the roads were endelessly under repair. Ramesh explained that six months ago, Kathmandu was granted a South Asia Summit to be held in ten days time. Due to yearly festivals, a beautification project that encompasses all the routes the delegates will take could not get underway until two months ago. We are extremely skeptical that the miles ...
... how much they would cost... and how dodgy we would have looked carrying in bread and cheese to our posh hotel, so we decided against it, although we did have German sausages and sauerkraut for dinner one night.
There was a large park near the hotel where the locals go to keep fit and just wander. We went and wandered with them. We heard some birds that sound like Cooee's but didn't look like them (all black no fluffy legs) and saw a 6foot long monitor lizard ...