Oakwood Residence Garden Towers Bangna Bangkok
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... their intentions pulling at my shirt. I pushed on to the street walked around for 2 minutes noted the changes and got back on the BTS. Yes two minutes, in fact I was back in the hotel before Louise as I got a motorbike for the last stop and she got a street taxi, so enough said. We were expecting to go out but I didn't fancy it as it was late so Louise went to a local bar and met up with some local characters before calling it a ...
... honest, none of it sounded particularly tempting In the end Jody opted for Stir Fried Mushroom with Lily Bulbs and Macadamia Nuts for £10. Very pricy for us. Bryan had Stir fried vegetables with Szechwan sauce.
The food was wonderful and much better than either of us hoped for.
Bryan then had an amazing cocktail called Fire.
you can see how it ...
... it was a little hidden away, but the directions turned out to be very clear and before we knew it we found ourselves stepping out of the elevator to a great view of Bangkok at night. The bar was surprisingly empty for a Friday night, I guess not many people know it is there so we were seated with no problem. There was a band playing and although it wasn't busy there was still a nice atmosphere, so we stayed for a couple of ...
... are not water proof so I will try and paint a picture for you.
The first Thai person sees us, his eyes lock onto to us like a tiger locking onto his pray, before him stands two white foreigners still dry and fresh off the plane, he points the pistol at my girlfriend and slowly pulls the trigger as the cold water hits her facec she lets off a deafening scream. This is her initiation into the 'festival of water" we walk further down the Soi where we are drenched ...
... we ate our dinner, a variety of hot and cold servings taken from the interior buffet tables while the ship passed under a few impressive bridges named after King Rama. All of these were a déjà vu from yesterday when we came back from Ayutthaya by boat but again, at night, it kind of was different with the lights on.
Even though many pictures were taken going down ...