Royal Asia Lodge Bangkok
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... prices. We decide to give up on shopping and go for lunch. However this turned out to be a bigger disaster than the shopping (well for me any way). I discovered that my chicken was.. well raw, and to this moment I am not sure if I ate any raw chicken before I realised. Fingers crossed I get through the next 24hours without getting food poisoning... Stay tuned!! After doing a bit of shopping we decide it is definitely time to get out of ...
... water and when we returned a backpacker was just leaving the hotel. I asked him to hold the door for us so we could get in and he offered for us to sleep in his bunk bed until the reception opened. We were very thankful we ran into him because the reception didn’t open until 8:30 am. We slept in his top bunk bed for a few hours and then got up, checked in, and then went out to the Myanmar embassy. We needed to apply for our visas to go to Myanmar. After ...
... world in the IT field and he even refused to let us pay our half of the 2.50$ cab fair. As he was one of only 5 Caucasians we saw in the park all day it makes one wonder about serendipity or as some call it BS luck.
That brings us to Monday. We had planned on heading to the Vietnam embassy for our visa's today but that would entail taking the BTS through the downtown area where all of last weeks protests were occurring. All the protesters ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Asia Lodge Bangkok
good hotel, location exellent, breakfast not so good. Free wifi working well.
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