King Park Avenue Hotel
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... Train and we ventured to Siam and then bordered another BTS to Sala Daeng; hopped off and walked a few laps of the nightmarket at Patpong. Had a few laughs and beers and took some promo shots of my Death Railway Tours Hat a few times in a bar over a few drinks.
Back on the BTS and we headed back to our respective hotels and called it a night.
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After Becky kicked off about the unjust changes in our contract, others quickly followed suit and as the voices got louder it wasn't long before Scot turned around and said he wouldn't implement the changes until the following term, a move that has practically guaranteed our departure from Fun Language. That's right, with four different weddings to attend next year and no real inkling to stay on at Fun for a further year, ...
... him of home of home or something. It was a strange combo, that kind of reminded me of roast chicken. After dinner we watched the end of the film. Right now we are nearing Bangkok. We are on a 4 lane motorway!! This is exciting me more than it should. It's been so long since we've seen anything bigger than a normal A road I guess I forgot they existed. I'm not sure if I'm looking forward to going to a huge city again or not. Should be lively at ...
I have got a big story to tell and it begins now. I had to stay up till 11:00 because the plane took a long long long time to get to Bangkok. It took 9 ours and I only went to sleep for about one hour. My brother did too. There was a screen on the front of our seats exactly like a computer has but better. We could watch Movies, videos, play games, search up the world's food and could it told us where we were going on ...
... with the quantity of people visiting. Most tourists out of the masses we assumed were Chinese and Japanese but we neither know either language so it remains an slightly-educated guess. We swam through the crowd like sardines keeping a close eye on each other and came out of the crowd down the street. Our original destination was Wat Pho with an incredible reclining Buddha statue about the length of half a football field but yet another "angel" man helped us by letting ...