The Monmanee Travel & Lifestyle Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sat down for a few minutes rest in the park to watch the sunset, before we knew it music began blasting and an eccentric Thai fitness fanatic began an aerobics class on the grass, we rested for a couple of minutes but couldn't resist joining in. Feeling pretty tired we went to our favourite restaurant for another massaman curry, with a side of spring rolls and a banana flower salad to try, because 3 meals a day are just not enough when there's so much delicious food to get ...
... cart on roids, capable of hitting speeds of maybe 50-60 mph. You can swindle the prices relatively easier than with a cab. After getting dropped off at MBK at such a ridiculously low fare (about $2.00 USD total), we walked around looking for a place to grub. I would say that an overwhelming majority of the places to eat here are via food carts lined up in a strip, providing a vast array of foods to select from (images shown below). As unsanitary as it may have seemed ...
... behind her was kicking her seat, and the dialogue and some of the scenes were very cheesy, but it was still enjoyable, at least for me. Maybe it's just the fact that we get a little taste of the States, after being gone all this time. We're getting more into street food, even though we've been pretty nervous about it to this point. As long as the food's hot... The second day here, Sunday, was very ...
... after a series of dramatic riots. It's nothing like that here. The truth is, besides curfew and a few soldiers scattered around the city, you can't even tell there's a coup. In typical Thai fashion, one ex-pat told me, Thais are super chill about the whole thing. I literally forgot there was a coup until I saw a group of soldiers outside a mall, most of them [probably texting/tweeting/facebooking] on their cell phones. I was tempted to take a selfie and join the ...
The train from Phitsanulok wasn't too bad. We only paid £7 each but for a seat not a bed. The seats reclined back a little bit and as we had stayed up late and was tired we seemed to sleep pretty well.
It was 08:30am when we arrived at the main station in Bangkok. Bombarded by tuk-tuks and taxi drivers. Unfortunately for them, again we had done our research and our hotel was quite literally outside the station. However they still tried it on and offered us a lift for 100 Baht, ...