Oakwood Residence Garden Towers Bangna Bangkok
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... br> There is a river boat service that is commonly used to get around the different sights and locations. Our hotel was situated at one of the piers. Boats come more or less every 5-10 mins and there are 2 types. The boat with the orange flag is the local boat costing just 15 baht one way. The blue boat is for tourists and costs more at 40 baht and has the addition of English commentary as you go along. We were lucky to have spoken to a friendly ...
... most other places and the quality wasn't much better. 320฿ for the meal. Straight after dinner, Emily and I went for a massage. Opting for the back, neck and shoulders- we were lead inside the massage place, paid at the desk and put our shoes in a basket. Being led upstairs and feeling a bit scared, we got to a room with lots of people getting massages, and it was dead silent. Looking at each other and giggling soon turned into trying to hold in yelps of pain ...
... a famous restaurant here in Bangkok. My friends Alex, Penny and Daz went last year when we came for our wedding, but we never got the chance. I thought the food was pretty awesome, but sadly Becky found her Mussaman curry too hot and started to feel unwell again whilst we were there. So we finished up quickly and made our way home with the hopes that she'd be feeling better before we headed out on another weekend adventure in the ...
I think the Facebook post sums up what was installed for me. I had previously sent some photos I took of my first visit to Thailand around 1996 era and I visited the 1st Bangkok Company ...
... had a snack, it was basically a chicken nugget, but fish (I know, I ate fish!), was ok, nothing special.
Then we went to the river (Wat Prayoon) and had some rice cracker sweets (others had peanut butter things, they looked like poppadum’s). He then told us the story about the 3 capital cities of Siam (Thailand) and the river, whilst we snacked.
Off again to a temple and another history story of the walls and how they came to be. More ...