PJ Watergate Hotel
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It was ok
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... cigarette (see, experiences are good for you). For lunch Hugh suggested that we went to the Vietnamese place across the road. As a fan of Vietnamese I wasn't about to turn that suggestion down. Sadly the menu wasn't quite as extensive as I had hoped for and the one dish I really hoped for was definitely not included on what was, I thought, mainly a Thai menu. Reluctantly I decided to have BBQ pork with rice, which is a ...
... room is the turning point into Soi 4.
My 2 checked in pieces had arrived by now with the cardboard box of items that I am giving to BB Asia rather squashed. It was BB clothing anyway.
Yes, my eyes were tired and as soon as my head hit the pillow, I was asleep.
... It does make you tired after a day of walking, but we seem to recover after a good sleep.
Today we went out to Maeklong Railway Markets, or otherwise known as the folding umbrella markets. Its a 1.5 hour drive south of Bangkok. Wasnt that keen on going, but i wasnt going to stop Shauna from seeing these markets. If you google it you can read all about them. It would have to be one of the dirtiest and smelly markets we have seen, but it was all ...
... 100/night and had great reviews. So before I crawled in for my first nights sleep I did the jacuzzi tub thing, which was perfect for releasing a stiff back from that long ass flight. So my first day I did the whole get oriented with my area thing, on foot, I like to walk when I travel as long as it isn't ridiculously far. Everything slows down, you see all the little things, and it's also a great form of exercise. Ok maybe not the kinda exercise to develop six pack abs, but I ...
... for a drink near to the Memorial Bridge and tried a few delicacies of the local stalls before locking up our bikes in order to visit the Flower Market. This was a hive of activity and was quite a sight. There were thousands of flowers but, what was more interesting, was what they were doing with the flowers. Most of them were being turned into garlands or display pieces to be given as offerings at ...