Swissotel Le Concorde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... temples, the famous floating markets and the most misinterpreted museum imaginable. The floating markets are a pick'n'mix of aromas, reptile holding, forbidden fruits (durian) and tacky souvenirs. A market trip followed by a goggle at the gold-studded temples makes Kanchanaburi a momentous daytrip out.
If you want to add some comedy to your road trip look no further than The War Jeath museum. HILARIOUS!! It has ...
As we did everything touristy yesterday we decided to stay local and have a look around. The heat here is unbearable. It's probably the hottest place we have been. The shopping here is great so many little stalls selling really good clothes and some house stuff. I would definitely recommend anyone to end their trip in Bangkok and leave room in their suitcase. Shame we have another two months left otherwise I'd be buying lots more. Noel bought a t-shirt and ...
... of a complex. HUUUUGE place, 2 balconies, rooftop pool. I am not sure how I am ever supposed to stay in a ****** up hostel after my first days in BKK. Sidenote: guy's wife and kids live in Singapore so he obviously needed a second girlfriend for his time in BKK. I tell him he isa dick, he tells me he ended it a while ago and is trying to stay faithful. -that did not stop him from askind me if I wanted to stay over when we were leaving. Eeehhm, ...
... then had what would be our final BBQ, our favourite meal in Vietnam. The next day we visited the Temple of Literature, the oldest recorded University in Vietnam. Despite it being very interesting we were caught in the daily downpour. Soaked through we had what would be our last Pho Bo (beef noodle soup) for lunch. It was our most popular dish on our travels and about the only thing most people offer in rural areas. After lunch we walked a while to ...
... by how dirty the city is. maybe it's because i just came from tokyo or maybe i didn't do enough research? on one end of siam, there are houses that look like ancient ruins and the local restaurants look like they could collapse at any moment. the roofs are nothing more than cracked plastic panels. air kind of smells like garbage. on the other end, there are mega malls buzzing with tokyo amounts of people. walked myself all the way down to silom area - took about ...