Riverfront Residence Serviced Apartments
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... flight arrivals and the flight number and time for the Air Asia flight is actually for the incoming flight from Bangkok. Now flight has landed number and time change to that which I was expecting. Leave about 09:00 and land at Bangkok's Don Muang airport just before 10:00. The flight is always scheduled for 1 hour 15 mins and they take great pleasure, every time, in announcing that they have arrived ahead of schedule.
... trip. I went to the Th Khao San street at around 8 pm. It is known at the backpacker street because that is where people tend to stay to party. The reason I didn't book my hostel there is that I didn't want to end up in a hostel with young people. Its ironic that that is what happened in my hostel, and I actually ended up wishing that I had booked there instead. It would have been much easier to meet people in those smaller hostels. Also, I would have been closer ...
... iii) "hand in hand" with other operators - this is not confined to the tourist industry in India. Toll collectors ... For what ? Shops around temples tuk-tiks - commissions mcd / kfc - veg / non veg co-ops within (eg) houseboat resort Paper Ma. King in thimphu traditional keeps mnay employed horses at tigers nest encouraged to have horses, Toll collecotors n R5 locals foriegners r 100 priests blessing and donations Carrying anything and everything Beggars borrowing kids ...
... was mopping the floor in the lift. As we left the complex,realised we had missed an hour long torrential downpour which left the roads flooded. Really needed wellies. Paddled as far as the new Movenpick then flagged down the U tuktuk for two with the motorbike upfront. Fortunately there was a taxi at reception so before it had chance to leave, checked out and headed through the water to the airport. Our hotel had now become like a riverside one! Traffic even ...
... Myanmar Embassy, which was fortuitous as we needed to apply for our visa during our stay. On our first evening, we stumbled across a massive night-market. A huge main boulevard was shut down to make way for peddlers of clothing, nick-knacks, belts, toys and a lot of food. There were also numerous stages with a lot of karaoke (of course) and actual musicians. We were lucky enough to see a small group of young men (perhaps 11 years of age?) in a rock band! They were ...