Oakwood Residence Sukhumvit 24
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Babysitting service
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... a lot about our experience of Bangkok: we came back. In that time, Bangkok has worked its way into our hearts as we have grown fond of many of its offerings. The food. This attraction was love at first sight (or taste), and perhaps even existed prior to our arrival in Bangkok since Jess and I are both Thai food lovers. But there is nothing like feasting on an array of delicious Thai curries and noodles, before walking off just $7 poorer than you started. Harry has ...
... there and seeing the "Emerald Buddha". Proper shoes off job. Then back into the centre for some lunch. Then a quick walk through the markets back to the guest house. Relaxed with an afternoon siesta and did some more planning for our trips up in Chiang Mai. Made sure we drank plenty of water as was uber hot. Then headed out for the evening at 4 to go and see the Flower Market. This involved taking the boat down to ...
... which give the city a very modern look. Our tuk tuk driver was named "K" and we joked with him that all our names started with a "K" was very nice and suggested that we take a boat to the old city. We thought this might be fun and although we had to do some negotiating we ended up taking the boat ride through the river and canal. The water was really dirty, and the long wooden boat felt like it was going to fall ...
... store, and downloaded it to my tablet and my phone. Complete country maps, with roads and navigation, all available offline. Highly recommended (end of commercial break!) Last time we were in Bangkok, we're stayed near Chinatown. Sukhumvit is very different. Horrendously congested, of course, as is all Bangkok, but so much new building; towering edifices of concrete, glass and steel. And down the middle of Sukhumvit Road, on giant concrete pillars, runs ...
... I had the green curry. It is so good! We rested a bit, and then took the train down to the night time street market that runs from Asok to the Nana station. That was a lot of fun. I bought a few things and had fun bargaining with the vendors.
We grabbed a late night snack at Chesters, and now we are in for the evening. Donna and Bruce have been working hard all day preparing their plants for the trip home while Michael and I ran around sight ...