Royal Suite Residences
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... few drinks at Novotel we headed by taxi to a place outside of town. I think there was a miscommunication regarding preferences as the selected place, Mikkeller Bangkok, didn't go down too well with some of the ladies. It was very nice, but very expensive, especially for Thailand and they served snacks rather than meals. Unfortunately separation happened with taxis going different ways. The girls plus David and another lad headed for Thai. It was great. Pauline ordered ...
... from the wider variety of food and practical items that locals need in favor of things most popular with foreigners. The multitude of houses we saw in and around the markets were sitting on stilts above the water, perhaps for access to water and/or sewage? Catherine and I each bought a top in the land market, and I'm proud that Catherine has become very discriminating in what she'll buy: she knows she needs to love it in order to justify adding it to her bag. ...
... The staff at reception are really welcoming and courteous, which is lucky for us since we were wanting to get into our room so early! Khaosan Road is amazing. Every few steps you are offered a meal, a bespoke suit, a tattoo, a snack, a trinket or transportation. Those with poor self control must get themselves into some unusual situations here. The sales people are energetic but certainly not aggressive. Local people do seem to be happy here (based on ...
... electricity has cut out though so we're hoping it'll get fixed fairly quickly... Feeling very settled here now though could do with a bit more entertainment once work has finished - mostly it's just watching the elephants (no complaints) until about 7.30 when it goes dark and we just read. Hope all is well with everyone!! Lots of love ...
Leaving the islands to head back to Bangkok was the beginning of the end for us. It meant saying goodbye to sea and sand and saying hello to the smoggy city, a curfew and potentially military everywhere. We love Bangkok but weren't sure what to expect there during the coup. At least we got to see Samui airport again. It's so beautiful and islandy! The flight was quick and painless and Ru was very good. We were hopeful for the long haul coming up. He ...