Ratchada Resort and Spa Hotel
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... greet guests and place as offerings. Went on boat around the canals and up the river. Before we left for the OE had the most wonderful massage and body scrub. Richard had a shoulder and neck massage, both very good. Wonderful tea with hone and fresh mango afterwards. Chauffeur driven BMW to station and went to cabin. Well set out. Our butler was Thomasin. Had a good dinner and met Rolf and ...
... at a tailoring shop nearby as to whether they might have any shoes hanging around he could borrow. They said no but try the silk scarf and carpet shop. OK. of the two shops we thought they would have been the least likely but we went over and asked anyway.
"Yes of course" he said, "what size would you like?" and bought out a big bag of new lace up deck shoes. Well we were delighted until he told us he wanted £12 a ...
... We dont have to wait too long for our bags to appear and we are soon sat in a taxi dodgy Bangkok traffic on our way into the city. The pilot had announced temperature to be 34 and as well as the heat it is very humid.
Get to guest house about 11:30 and are given our usual room. Strip off, shower, then stretch out on the bed in the aircon. About 14:00 we head downstairs to eat at the ...
... need some refreshments so we stop by at a small coffeehouse at the river bank. The owner of the place is a young man and his family. He studied in the USA and is very good at the restaurant business. We are still hunting for the best Thai curry, trying this time a different flavor. Plus we have fish that is never absent from our table. 2 cups of latte make tequila slowly lose grip. I feel awake and ready to roll.
... diverse collections of merchandise – this is where you can literally shop ‘till you drop’. The 35-acre area of Chatuchak is home to more than 8,000 market stalls. On a typical weekend (according to the guidebook), more than 200,000 visitors come here to sift through the goods on offer. For a first-timer, ‘conquering’ Chatuchak (and when I say conquering I don't mean that lightly, it's a maze to be conquered!) may seemed like an ...