Novotel Bangkok Bangna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Breakfast at BelAire I must admit is really good. Great buffet with lots of options including dragonfruit. I really miss this in Australia as it is so expensive at home. With Philip, Marie, Mum and Dad organised to do a tour of the Grand Palace, Wat Po and a boat ride we decided it must be a day to go to the Aquarium (Sea Life). The driver dropped us of at Siam Paragon, one of the biggest shopping centres in Bangkok where the ...
... today so she drove us to the school at Kularb and we discussed silly things like how happy the Thai national anthem is in comparison to the British national anthem. I struggled with my first years today. A few were crying and I felt as though I had very little control over the class - Am, my Thai teacher, often cuts in before I've had a chance to think about what comes next, so the ball was in her court for the morning. At lunch ...
... treatment on our Thai leg of the tour. At every turn we seemed to be being given a cool facecloth or iced water plus meals! Our final stop was at the now dress museum showing the fine silk dresses made for the Queen who had created a Thai style in the 1960s. Our next move was lunch and a walk through a fascinating durian-rich market to our long-tail boat ride with guide and driver. Again this was a trip exclusive to ourselves with our own long-tail powered ...
The train rattled and bounced right through the night. It was a little like trying to sleep on a trampoline with somebody else jumping on it. Every now and again the train would pull up at a station. Because we were the last carriage, by the time inertia caught up with us, we would be thrown around with quite a jolt. Still we managed a bit of sleep and arrived in Chiang Mai at around 9.30am (1 hour behind schedule because ...
... a small place with maybe 4-tables. It was called B.K. Restaurant, which had Burmese, Nepali, and Malaysian food. Southeast asian food at its finest; which is a lot more sour and salty. Did NOT disappoint! Food was ridiculously good!! All vegetarian. We had: 1. Tea leaf salad - favorite for sure! Mix of vegetables, crunchy tofu skin?, peanuts and some other tidbits dressed in a tea leaf dressing. Supposedly a regular Burmese dish. 2. ...