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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... had paid for. The big problem for us, there was no bridge or cemetery tour at the River Kwai, instead an elephant type tour. Our guide was apologetic and made some calls, luckily enough Bruno, the guy who arranged the tour turned up. He was quickly reminded and shown our itinerary supplied by him. He decided, he would personally take us with his family to the part of the tour we were missing, so we went with him and his mini ...
... got there, we had trouble finding the entrance and walked nearly the entire perimeter before finding a sign informing us that the palace had closed at noon for a royal ceremony. This was quickly confirmed by the arrival of lots of soldiers dressed in red. From a distance they looked identical to Queen Elizabeth's Foot Guards; they even wore bear skins! We had been told by a Rickshaw driver that the palace wasn't open today but smugly ignored him ...
... so we managed to fit in both wat pho and wat Arun two amazing temples with some photos attached. We even spent 30 minutes in a Buddhist kind of church service which was very relaxing and you can certainly see how this is peaceful religion. Our final day saw us complete a challenge. "Find Sarah a small rucksack challenge" and of my god what a trip. When you ask a Thai taxi driver we want to go to a shopping centre, do not have high hopes. They will take you to have jewellery ...
... said International Airport. Now there are multiple airports in KL and Air Asia didn't specify an airport on our booking forms so I just assumed that going to Thailand it would be from the international airport. Luckily I glanced at another counter that said LCCT and Air Asia flights. LCCT was another airport completely. Now Sarah and I were utterly confused. Do we go to the international airport to catch an international flight or the LCCT. If we made the wrong decision the rest of ...
... small cramped mini bus that had unreliable air-conditioning and several mosquitoes that feasted on us the entire way. The only plus, that we had managed to see lots of Bangkok city by night, which was lovely. The end part of our journey also showed an aspect for which Bangkok is famous... scamming tourists. We were dropped off on the corner of a busy road, the driver not bothering to tell us our location, in front of a hoard of taxi and tuk-tuk drivers. Each ...