MetroPoint Bangkok Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... a bustling city. It was full of wildlife too, huge lizards, turtles and loads of birds. Once we had our passports back in our hands we headed back to Khao San Road as it is a lot cheaper than other parts of the city. Plus, we knew that nightlife didn't really exist in Myanmar so wanted to make the most of the bars and clubs in Bangkok. This resulted in me being ridiculously hungover yet again as we flew to ...
... swim in the roof too pool of our hotel, just what was needed. Later on we met some of Wills friends from home as they had been here a few days they showed us the ropes and took us out into the water festival. Well.... We've never experience something so insane in our lives, after been blasted with water a few times we decided the best option was to get in amongst it and buy ourselves supersoaker 2000's!! The best £10 ever spent we had so much fun going up and ...
... enter the room and went to bed! Just two hours to relax from the flight... ...so far the plan! Three hours later we woke up but couldn't really get out of the bed. Another hour later we finally did it. Time to see a little bit more from Bangkok. As it was a Sunday we wanted to see the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Although it was already late we thought we give it a chance. But 30 minutes of walking around to find the sky train station and a 45min drive to the market ...
**Note to self: Need to think more creatively about my entry titles.... 3 words. Best. Sleep. Ever. Slept like a baby.. And definitely back to my rejuvenated self after a full day yesterday. We all slept in, showered, and resting up a bit before we make our way for the day. Since we slept in and woke up late we decided to have brunch at a local Spot that Jen knew of that had really good Burmese food. Place was only 2 stops down on the ...
... There was a high population of wild monkeys living on the island-we loved watching as they ran past us and climbed trees. Baby monkeys clinging to the underbelly of their mother as she ran along and jumped between trees. We saw several going through the bins and helping themselves to scraps of food, and one man was feeding a monkey tangerines! They were amazing, and it was such a natural thing that they seemed to be everywhere. We quite liked Railay and enjoyed being ...