Oakwood Residence Sukhumvit 24
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... to spend most of their money in the first five minutes - Amy bought a beautiful Kimono and Leah bought a scarf. We kept walking and walking deeper into the maze of stalls trying to make sense of where we were. The kids were keen to see the animal section but we never really found it. I bought a selfie stick. Not really sure why, I just, you know, neeeeded it... After hours of ...
... of skytrain, MTR, walking and boats on the river, we actually ended up covering a fair bit of ground.
We spent one day exploring Chinatown where we had a nice wonton soup with duck and pork for lunch, and checked out the huge 15 foot high, 5.5 ton Golden Buddha, and had a fabulous time walking around the busy streets and markets. All the sights, smells, noise! Markets and food carts and people everywhere. We got some fresh pineapple and grilled banana and sweet ...
... 8220;This morning at breakfast there were so many Chinese tourists – they were so loud, so irritating!”
Me: Non-committal noise, turn my head in the opposite direction to look for Stuart.
There are not enough seats for everyone, and they spread down a winding hallway of sorts. There are precisely two boards along the hall that show which flights are leaving from which gates, neither of which are visible from any of the ...
... this as he often falls, stumbles or walks into things. When we got to the top of the escalator his toe was gushing with blood with bits of skin and flesh hanging out of it. I put him on a bench and went running to find a toilet for tissues. After sprinting across the mall floor I found that the toilets were shut. Then sprinted some more and found a Boots and bought all necessary equipment to treat a wound. However this whole process took some time and I ...
... front window and even tiny villages have some form of shrine honouring their royal family, with pictures and flags. It is an official crime to speak against the Thai royals in public and twice a day, at 8am and 6pm, the Thai national anthem is played on TV and in most public areas, such as bus or train stations. One must then stop what they are doing, I saw this first-hand in the Skytrain stations, when at 6pm, the national anthem would play and everyone on the platforms ...