The Laurel Suite Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... including water snakes turtles fish bugs and some Creatures that quite frankly we didn't know existed. With the exception of one mean tuk tuk driver everyone is very nice and willing to help us navigate through the labyrinth of streets and side roads. Back at the hostel now showering and relaxing for a bit before we head out for the evening. That's all to report now. STAY TUNED ! Xoxo Tiff and ...
... taste. I had a club sandwich for lunch. It was amazing. What, sometimes you need a break from incredible fresh cooked soups, curries and deep fried delights.
this computer won't allow uploads, so I'll save the pics for later.
Bangkok is filthy and sweaty, looking forward to my first dip in the South China Sea. Love you all!
... with gridlock.
I wait till Jai has boarded her bus and it pulls out before getting another taxi and rejoining the chaos to ride back to Banglamphu.
Phone Gloucester and talk to brother Rob to let mum know what time to expect me tomorrow night.
Was going to try and get some sleep but there seems little chance of that so I return to last nights bar for a couple of beers first.
To bed about ...
... doing so. Future generations of taxpayers will be made to pay for their boundless greed.
The last straw in this charade came a couple of months ago when the parliament proposed an amnesty bill to absolve all past politicians, including Thaksin Shinawtra, of their past misdeeds. It's convenient having your sister as Prime Minister, isn't it?
But the Thai people were having none of this. The amnesty proposal met with opposition and started a ...
... open restaurant- an Italian to have our Christmas dinner- I had pizza, Jennings had pasta at 11.30pm on Christmas Day in a shopping mall- merry Christmas from Bangkok! (It tasted very good!) So that brings us to Boxing Day. We've had a bit of a frustrating morning as we had big plans to see a lot of the city today. We saw another temple this morning (with a 13ft solid gold Buddha- you see there is a theme emerging?!) and then went down to Chinatown. I don't think we found the part ...