Mac Boutique Suites Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... monks seated, faced our direction, meditating. I thought that would be where we would have the course, but I was wrong. Instead, we were led down a small and steep staircase with an extremely short clearance. A glass sliding door at the bottom was the entrance to a relatively small and long room with white marble tile and a shrine in the corner closest to the entrance. We were given brown leather cushions to place on the floor to sit on. After waiting for some time (we ...
... and more and just on my lower legs!! It's soooo frustrating and bloody itchy too!! I've tried wrapping myself in the duvet, sleeping with PJs (hot hot hot!!), covering myself in insect repellent (another reason I don't think it's mossies), covering my legs in eucalyptus (something the locals said to try), which helps with the itching but the little so n so ...
Can't put my finger on it, my septic finger thanks to the lodged coral I'm trying to suck out, but there is something about Bangkok that defies the coldness large cities often fall prey too. It's probably the people as it's called the land of smiles, but I think it's because while the country is still in development, not really a bad thing, it embodies all the best elements about being human. Elements I feel may have been lost a bit and ...
... in Thailand for an intensive kick-boxing course and had been paired up against a local fighter to test his new skills. It’s probably fair to say that the fight was a bit one-sided, and ended for the Yank in the third round via technical knock-out (a fight can last up to five rounds). At the midpoint of the evening there was a ‘blind-folded’ fight where 7-8 boxers got into the ring and started staggering around throwing punches into thin air; quite amusing, but ...
... the Standing Buddha. We all risked our lives running into the road into oncoming traffic to jump in his tuktuk feeling rather excited we had seen him again. Everything is so cheep! We ate most nights on a couple of quid. Market stalls are everywhere with cheap jewellery, clothes and fake brands. It is so easy to haggle with the market sellers, getting most things half the original price. The ...