Reflections Rooms in Bangkok
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the next leg there will be work to be done, the weather won't be as good and I won't be travelling with that free and easy vibe but I'll miss South East Asia. There is not one country I haven't loved, or wouldn't return to. Not one group of people I've found unpleasant or place that didn't have something special about it. I've so many lasting memories from here people, places, activities it's been an amazing trip. My favourites have been ...
... the river so we could take a river cruise...everyone kept sending us in different directions and telling us to do this and that tour and they all cost mega money. One man even threw us in a tuk tuk and sent us to one tour operator on the river, he tried charging us 500baht each (ridiculous when we knew there was ones for 40baht). It took a while and a lot of frustration but we made it to the river and found our 40baht boat:) We rode that up to Chinatown and went off ...
... went down.
I know I'm supposed to be trying the local food, but I've spent months in Thailand over the years, and once I read the words Duck Liver Pate, I can't see past it. My "local" drink was an Orchid Martini. Great way to spend an hour, was fully unwound after that.
The hotel has expanded over the years with a tall tower next door, but the original building has been left in ...
... torrential rain passed we ventured down dirty streets and over an even dirtier River swollen post rain - would NOT like to fall in that. Didn't find train station, just as well, as I had to go back and get passport, which is needed for purchasing tickets here as a 'farang'. One taxi ride later from chatty driver who didn't speak English, we arrived at the central train station only to find ...
... he had that driver pulled over, I asked the Thai boxer (I assume the story is legit because he showed us his scars) if that driver could take us to the suggested places. Thai boxer then gave the driver the plan and negotiated the price down from 700 Bhat to 500 Bhat for us. So that's how we ended up riding around Bangkok with Toby, our tuktuk driver.
Tiby was quite friendly and we chat about his family up in Chang Mai and then about the ...