Piyavan Tower Serviced Apartment
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... planned where we’ll get to see the train operate
longer and back to the River Kwai Bridge. So we’ll ditch the morning train (thanks
Sheena Easton) in preference for the afternoon train).
I think overall excellent additions to the itinerarlie which I’ll add formally to the website when I get the chance.
Breakfast is a local one at Takilen ...
... more to eat ribs and pulled pork. Which were absolutely phenomenal. Becky convinced me though that I was allowed to have a side of macaroni too, which I immediately ordered. Of course eating big at Hard Rock isn't always necessary because Becky rarely finishes a meal. So I finished her fajitas too. And then I had a free birthday ice cream which, quite frankly, was huge. Feeling a little full/unwell by this point we grabbed the train back to Ari, ...
... off our visit to Bangkok with another meal at the food-court-to-end-all-food-courts, Terminal 21 (http://www.bangkok.com/magazine/termin al21-food-court.htm), which became the kids' favourite food destination. I was astounded by the quality and amount of food available for 2-3CAD.
The kids were sad to leave Bangkok but very excited for our next chapter in Cambodia.
... Knowing there is a dress code at these places, Stacey and I were very careful to wear t-shirts with sleeves and skorts. So, it was a bit of a surprise when we were pulled out of the entry line and sent to the rental shop - turns out our skorts were too short. However, as a result, we were able to wear lovely sarongs which made us feel like we fit in, although ...
... the space for the lush garden and the interiors very much preserved. This would have followed quite nicely thankyou for the Fyling Boat passengers who would have stayed at Raffles in Singapore the night before.
They have the room "for writers" in the morning and then serve high tea in the afternoons, of course, because after a morning stroll, one finshes their correspondence as it's simply too frightfully ...