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TravelPod Member ReviewsLouis Tavern Hotel Bangkok
This is a great spot for orientation as it allows you to focus and still enjoy what Thailand has to offer.
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... did too, but it was the first time in Our trIp I saw the covering up of men. Usually only women's skin is indecent and somehow offensive to gods. I'm sure Bhudda would be really ****** to see my shoulders. Why not a burka with sunglasses? That way no one would be offended. Anyway that will come in Malaysia probably. -Thai people are very good looking. Boys and girls alike! It's easy to feel ugly here. -I'm in love with Thai, it's such a nice ...
... of the protests which continue to go on here (have been going since November), and it was only a week ago that a bomb was set off in the main square in Bangkok. The shopping mall was huge with so many floors of endless shops and at first slightly overwhelming. You could literally buy anything here and were spoiled for choice. I indulged in a bit of window shopping only this time as I would be back in Bangkok a week later so saved myself a week of having to lug ...
We spent our last day in Bangkok but as Rob was poorly, I took myself off to Wat Pho to see the reclining Buddha and the grand palace... Both stunning. Our hotel was fancy so we spent the last night in the bath and the bar! And the time finally came to get ready to finish our fantastic time in India and South East Asia. We had such an amazing time and have seen some fantastic places loving every part of ...
... had lots of pretty lights and we got a sofa to sit on. Had sweet and sour chicken with rice and water which came to 153 baht. We got coconut ice cream for dessert at a stall which was soooo yummy!
The 3 of us then decided to get a pedicure in a salon attached to our hotel - we figured our feet deserve a treat after the last 2 weeks! We all sat next to each other reading magazines - was nice and relaxing especially for only 200 baht - awesome!
... he had left his cap at
Due to the aforementioned laziness and advancing years we
took his advice and went for it. The whole enterprise was an entertainment and
worth the extra £7.50 that we eventually paid for our two sleeper tickets to
Surat Thani in the south. The transaction took until the following day to
complete and involved endless bartering and bogus claims that the trains that
were already fully booked for ...