Miracle Suvarnabhumi Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... get the feeling the Thai food I.e. Rice, noodles, pork etc are what you eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner - I'm sure il get use to this. We have had a lovely evening round the pool tonight- it's so relaxing! We have even booked the next leg of our journey (leaving Friday) - will be nice to leave the city. Those who said you don't need long in Bangkok were right although we are def making the most of it ...
... to get lost! I also have a very small backpack I have been traveling with that was already close to overflowing. I had to be very selective and stingy with shopping. I had already spent too much spending one box home from Australia – I was not planning to do that again. It’s not fun to shop when you can’t buy anything! Then you just end up buying food. Like a coconut, and spring rolls.
I wandered past so many ...
... Whenever we have hot-water capability in the room we still drink our coconut white coffee from Penang. Still awesome.We got dressed and wandered up our alley looking for an American breakfast (eggs) because that's what Ree wanted.
Nice shot of a tuk-tuk behind her, which ...
... was willing to use his metre. We devised to walk away from the touristy part and then had instant success, which was lucky as the heavens opened. We took the taxi to the river where we then went for a canal tour on a long-tailed boat. This was very nice and we really enjoyed the trip. In the evening we went for a drink a rooftop bar overlooking the river. We spent quite a while there before going for dinner at the Ko Sen ...
... and did a good job. Is China a communist country and what do we mean by that? The economy seems outré capitalist, each for oneself but with such a cash based economy how does the state collect its taxes? I never got a receipt for anything. People in general seemed very reluctant to follow any rules regarding driving, smoking, crossing roads ( and probably paying taxes) etc. I was expecting a much more obedient nation. The rules existed for all the ...