Reflections Rooms in Bangkok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... someone else's school we started on the ton of paperwork we have to do. We've been told it gets easier, but I think my lesson plans took me longer today than any other day so far, simply because I feel like I need to think about them far more than we were originally led to believe. We weren't the only standbys today either. A girl called Emily and a guy called Max were also safe and we all gathered in one room and started ...
... murders, and in the middle of it all, 4 mummified rape-murderers. When you walked closer, you kinda expected them to open their eyes and look at you. Truly creepy. There was also a part talking about students of this university (the hospital is also a uni) helping out during a tsunami. Bad thing about the museums is that most of the descriptions are written in Thai language only. This was the only part that was also in English 100%. It talked about the wounds ...
... don't trust anyone. In actual fact we were at the right spot for the water taxi it was just through a tunnel. So we got on the water taxi which we paid 50 Baht each (£1). So we got to the palace on this hot day both covered up respectively. Funny enough as we were walking to the palace we were approached by a guy who said sorry the palace is closed today until half 1 but you can head over to the market there, pointing it ...
... a very smoggy dusk to the bright lights of BKK lit up all around us as the sun set. It was pretty dizzying, you could barely move around the small bar area, and there was nowhere to sit. We both had a cocktail which we sat on for an hour or so to get our $55 money’s worth as we took in the view around us. We then decided it was time to come back down to street food reality (and prices), so after quickly changing back into our regular clothes, we went back to one of ...