Swissotel Le Concorde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of funky Thai phrases that have got themselves totally lost in that very translation. Many enterprising young people selling their original creations and many others selling rip off copies of high street brands.We meet up with Kanya and Daryl for another couple of beers but the music renders much of the conversation in audible, so we split ranks - Jamie heads for Ku De Ta and we share a taxi home with Darly and Kanya.
... when we got there, had a dip and felt 100 times fresher and clean! Sand was driving me insane! We went out early for food to the cafe on the bridge between the airport and hotel and I was in oils at 8pm, the bed was HEAVEN! I wasn't much company to Scott, I was asleep by 8.30 and safe to say I didn't move all night, I woke up in exactly the same spot! Waking up at 4am was horrendous, I could have slept through till god knows what time! Anyways, onwards to KOH ...
... good idea to eat some scorpions! This proved to be disgusting and hilarious and was the beginning of a messy night. A couple of the lads ate a huge, dripping cockroach, horrible! We had a lot more buckets and then went to a ping pong show which we were so horrified with that we left straight away and headed home. The day after, we dragged ourselves out of bed, not feeling too rough and chilled by the pool on the roof of our hotel. It was the Germans last night in Bangkok and ...
... while I was walking around there, so I was glad that I had my umbrella (purchased for 100 baht on the way to the boat in the morning) AND my poncho with me. I finally made it out of the palace and was feeling a little hungry, so I got some pineapple and was trying to think of what I might do next and figuring out which direction to go when it started to rain. I headed across the street from the entrance (there is only one entrance to the palace) to this park and ...
... hedge hogs, pet squirrels, exotic birds, puppies, reptiles...hundreds of vendors. The clothing, food, textiles, home furnishings...like no market they had ever seen. We are now headed for our last Thai meal before showering and going to the ...