- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... if they "got any salt n vinegar walkers?'. Quite funny though. On the way back to the hotel we stopped at a restaurant (these have been suprisingly hard to find, everything is street food) and where we both had a good nosh up. Back at the hotel I Skyped Becky and Dad. After this I foolishly decided that now was the time to completely shave my head much to the anguish of Nicole. It does look pretty stupid so hopefully it will grow back ...
... that on our last day in Bangkok. We are going to watch a film and chill. It's been a nice day and evening, but I'm looking forward to leaving Bangkok and heading out North to Chiang Mai to explore more. We are only 4 days in to our trip, but we are already having a great time! And so far all we have seen is Bangkok. I can't wait to travel and see more of Thailand. Now to decide which film to ...
... then with indispensable google maps, walked to the location. Health Land Spa was lovely, and I had one of the best massages I have ever had ($33 for 90 minutes). It included a mandatory shower, hot towel wraps and a full body massage with stretching. The girl spoke just enough English to give directions so I was mostly confident about what to do. No health questions or inquiries about what I needed. She figured it out by touch and did not leave me sore like most ...
... wanted to see we make one of them before heading back to the hotel and the temple nearby, yet another one that i had done previously! we give up and go for a drink in the hotel bar and then say our goodbyes. i hhave to say that Candace was someone that i really got on with, not just the fact tat she was very easy on the eye but we enjoyed some really good banter. i hope to see then again soon, maybe in Phuket in less than a weeks time... i ...
... for the next boat. This one was an actual orange line boat that cost 15 baht. It got fairly crowded as we headed up the river, but we got good standing places right next to the railing with a decent view of the river and the stuff alongside it. I regaled Ma with the things I remembered from the tourist boat I took on Saturday as we traveled along.
The way that the boats attach to a pier is that there's a guy in the back who jumps ...