MetroPoint Bangkok Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Every color and detail (obscene and minute) was just breath taking. We always seem to meet some pretty awesome people when we're out and about haha: a fashionista New Yorker who quit her 9-5 in Manhattan and is traveling by herself for 6 months - I feel like I'm getting this story a lot when I talk to people here. A 3-people group from Ethiopia touring around all over SEA... Then we met these three Vancouver boys, doing the same thing.. ...
... made so many memories that hopefully I will never forget any part of it, but I managed to take almost 1000 photographs and can't wait to sort through them to make an album. It was an experience I will never forget for so many reasons and I can't wait to go back. We have already talked about booking another trip-we've spoke about it everyday since being back!! Thanks Tim and Hannah for looking after the cats Thanks Adam for the most amazing holiday I've ever had. Let's go back. ...
... overboard! And it was totally worth it! So now I'm fat and happy with a few hours to kill before my train. I don't want to wander far. I could go back the way I came - sky train from Chit Lom to Sukhumivt and then MRT to Hua Lamphong - or I could walk. Looking at my map -- an actual map this time, printed by the girl at Siamaze, thank God! So helpful! -- Lumpini Park (the OTHER park) was between here and where I needed to go, so ...
... well and disagreed (in a polite way) obviously. Chiang Mai is much cheaper the Bangkok imo and I haven't spent to much cash which I did in Bangkok stupidly but hey ho. Bought some trinkets for my nieces and nephews which are getting posted back asap and got my first but of hippy traveller gear for myself but no need to worry I'm not gonna come back like myles god love him, ha ha. Loads of wee hipster dobbers ...
Today I'm going to have a talk with GVI about their volunteering program called, it’s Thailand rainforest discovery for youth. A program for youth to help with construction work This project has been specially designed for those looking to volunteer, but are aged between 15 and 17 years olds the work that is ...