The Monmanee Travel & Lifestyle Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Having watched the hangover 2 in preparation for our two nights in Bangkok together, Hellen, Sami and myself hadn't counted on our night our prematurely ending because of the police shutting down all the bars at 2am!
On the second night we went to the Sky bar that features in the hangover film. The bar is on the 64th floor and has an incredible view of the city. However, ...
I can't believe that I have been in Bangkok for a week today, it feels like a lot longer.
The first few days were spent wondering around looking at temples and the city, and then having a swim on the roof top pool at my hotel whilst the sun set. The hotel was great, so I was really not looking forward to roughing it at the hostel after the first four nights! However, the hostel was not that bad, on a ...
I rang the Travel Insurance customer care centre last night re accommodation issue- and Mari said she would fix.
I rang this morning and my booking has been extended to 7th April - however on checking with reception the confirmation had not come through. Hopefully I won't be evicted tomorrow - such a hassle moving to another hotel - am just too tired.
I have had my fill of taxis - so will use the BKK Hospital shuttle bus. ...
... for me - so sad to be leaving, it's been so great spending time with Jamie I don't want it to end. It's been lovely to have met up with our Thai friends and to have had such a fabulous holiday. But I'm also looking forward to going home and seeing Uk friends and family and Abbey and to see our garden and if new bulbs are nosing their way out of the ground and hoping for some of those lovely crisp, sunny, blue-sky spring ...
... eyes looked terrified. Due to the campaigning work of sanctuary founder Lek and people like her, there is now legislation to ban elephants working on city streets , although it's hard to enforce. Lek's other campaigning is for the protection of trees and land clearance. She got the help of Buddhist monks who blessed orange lengths of fabric and went through the forest tying them in swathes around the tree trunks.The loggers are afraid to cut down trees protected in this way ...