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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had another sign made for all our friends and family back home with some girls who had clearly mistaken their belts for skirts, so if you're reading this - enjoy!
We’d had a blast here in Bangkok, and although being a concrete jungle it is still a unique place on the backpackers map and we’ve come to realise it’s the madness in this world that keeps life interesting! Like it or not this is Bangkok!
... time to kill before I meet up with my tour group in the afternoon/evening. I got offered a tailor made suit for £40 today, actually tempting! I shall have to have look to see if I have another couple of days here in Bangkok, not sure I have consecutive ones after this. I could have it shipped over to Australia ready for some job interviews! Tonight I think I'm going to have a couple of beers and chill out. Big day ...
... many other amazing dishes, my new trait of trying and enjoying many new foods left Sarah astounded once again and after another couple of cocktails we headed from the opulence of the most expensive meal I've ever bought (and not regretted) to the relative squalor of a sukhumvit soi 11 to meet EMMA Gray for drinks. Well I say squalor but it was also fantastic, pretty much a a small wooden carriage rammed with every type of booze imaginable a bunch of plastic garden chairs and ...
... and go to the pool, surrounded by trees and tranquility.
We then took a taxi boat and by then we were starving for lunch. We ended up in a starbucks, which is a sin, but we were desperate. We headed back to the hotel and swam. Our wake up call the next morning was set for 3.30am, departure at 4am, flight at 6.30 am to Paro, Bhutan. So we had a seafood dinner at the hotel and went to bed early.
... having travelled for almost 24 hours, being soaked in sweat because of the immensly humid heat, I just wanted the fastest and most efficient way to get to my hostel and took a cab anyway. Speaking of nice locals, many Thai people felt sorry for me carrying a 55 liter backpack around and constantly offered to carry my backpack for me. At the customs, they were suprised I was travelling alone and actually felt sorry for me (by the look ...