Louis Tavern Hotel
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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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... on and the man called for the elephant to squirt us with water. I enjoyed this for the first 3 times...not ten when I was struggling to open my eyes!! It was a great experience mind and definitely cured the Bangkok hangover!! I slept all the way to Bangkok where me and Lucy said our goodbyes. 'It's been brill I'll see you down south' -I'd heard a few people say it throughout the day so I tried it out. It went down well and we spent the nihhy ...
... as there are a ton of new Thai teachers too, some whose names I've already remembered even though I haven't even met them yet. Once the trainers were ready to get going we played games for the remainder of the morning. I don't mind pointing out that Team 2 (my team!) won. Even though I was technically out of the room for a large period of time that we went from last to first. Throughout the day Scot, our boss, took us aside and went ...
... blue sky setting in Bangkok. We didn't need to even think about whether to walk or taxi back home. We took a taxi for 100baht in 5 o'clock traffics and it was worth every baht. We went back into our hotel room for a cold shower and made plans for dinner in the restaurant at our hotel. Something easy and close by so we could head to bed early after an incredibly busy and tiring day! Jon ordered spicy green curry with fresh green peas, small eggplants, Thai basil ...
... to the other side of the river and walked to Wat Pho. It is home of the Reclining Buddha, a beautiful place with many buildings and temples to walk through. Then we decided to take the ferry back to central pier, but we got off one stop too short of our destination and found ourselves wandering the streets of Bangkok. The people are very kind and helpful here, and we ...
... the brother of a childhood friend of Louise's whom she'd lost touch with. Those moments do excite a shiver of amazement and anticipation . Louise's visitors arrived back from a visit to the temples in Chiangmai and we sat around having tea. Louise has very generously invited me to stay with her in Bangkok when I go to Prinn's wedding on 15th February and as we're about the same size she's offered to lend me a dress suitable for a wedding dinner at the Mandarin Oriental. That's ...