King Park Avenue Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Really nice day - did lots of writing. Bought a selfie stick at the MBK then took a train to the river and visited The Peninsula Hotel for a cocktail. Lots of nice shopping, Lunch then nap. The place is busy all the time - I checked out another area around Sala Daeng - the Patpong area - mainly for Japanese. ...
... just over two months and that is a significantly short period of time over which to get tired of a job. You're right, it is. And I don't hate my job, I'm just timing out. I'm ready for the next adventure, ready for something new - a new challenge. I like my Mondays in general. I get to teach Prathoms, my Thai teacher seems to be apathetic towards me (which, compared to others, is good) and I get to go and have a kick around afterwards. Football ...
... haul and seeking the positive at each stop. When we arrived in BKK, they were as excited as they were exhausted and adjusted right away. We've seen few if any signs of jet lag from them so far, which is remarkable.
BKK is utterly fascinating and is providing the 'culture shock' we sought. Bangkok is a dense, sprawling, and vibrant city, with a mix of the ancient and the ultra-modern (the ...
Out of the BTS at Siam and down into Siam Paragon Food Court for a Vietnamese rice noodle soup with shrimp. This just happened to be the closest mall to the station exit. Had to work out that you have to pay for a card that has preloaded with the amount that you want and this ...
... to catch a glimpse of the palace from beyond the walls and took note just incase we had spare time when we next pass through Bangkok. We grabbed a quick lunch near the river where we enjoyed traditional thai meals such as green curry and stir fried noodles. We caught the boat and the sky train back to the hostel, this time without any dilemmas and grabbed our belongings. The owner of the hostel kindly rang a taxi company and rang the travel agent we booked with to arrange ...