The Key Bangkok Hotel
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... are 5 floors. Much nicer than street markets, though you still have to barter, all cash.
I got lost and kept asking ********s in uniform where to go, and all had a different answer. So dumped them and asked a woman in uniform, who sorted me out.
Finally got out and back to hotel.
Leave late in afternoon tomorrow, so intend to visit the Grand Palace tomorrow, as well as Reclining Buddha, and Wat Arun (wat ever that is?).
... fish, and other local delicacies. -next stop was a "floating market" which wasn't quite what we expected. But it was still fun to while away the hours looking at stalls, eating food, and taking in the local sights. Even though there were other tourists there they were mainly thai tourists. -back in the van and a quick drive took us to our next destination. .. a boat trip along the ...
... managed to meet up with us and we just spent the evening sitting and hanging out on the beach with some stray dogs and locals coming up and talking to us. After a late night on Friday we spent Saturday night sitting outside and drinking some beers at one of the accommodations we are staying in. Sunday was your typical low key laundry, grocery, relaxing day. I spent a good hour trying to hand wash and dry my clothes from the week and once I had taken care of everything ...
... side of Bangkok!
The night before the night we left Bangkok we finally made it to Khao San road! We were literally only ever a five minute walk away from it but we were with first time Bangkokers Kate and Millie and Kate seemed to think she was a boss with directions so took us to Khoa San Road which just turned out to be another busy tourist trap road! We were glad to finally make it, we ate nice street food along the way, did a little shopping and ate more ...
... manoeuvres on the highways, and market stallholders shouting out the best prices for their wares. As you turn onto Khao San Road, the tourist hub of Bangkok, your senses are immediately sent into overdrive. Bar promoters compete for your attention by chanting the deal of the day for a bucket of cocktail. Stallholders grab your arms and try to drag you over to their table of slogan singlets and model Buddhas. Drunk tourists stagger across ...