Royal City Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... 30 on, still burnt a little bit but just that little stingy burn that you know tomorrow it wouldn't hurt and you would just go straight to being brown. We were back on it tonight, I really wasn't feeling it but we are on Khao San road, how could we not drink! So we went back to the same bar because it seems to be one of about 3 or 4 that have their music blaring and has cheaper beer. We made friends tonight, all at once though! A guy from Morocco came over and started chatting ...
... down Sukumvit Road to Soi 55, find the Bangkok Sunday Farmers' Market where Louise has a stand selling her glass, deposit an overnight bag and collect an evening dress from her, back to the hotel by Skytrain, shower, change and off to a wedding at the Oriental Hotel. Anyway, it got done and I even managed to fit in a spot of lunch and buy an evening bag for £4 from Pink Pussy, a shop full of unsophisticated bling across the road from Kath & Bob's hotel . They decided to ...
Flight was slightly delayed due to late arrival of incoming flight but we were boarded very quickly once arrived. No issues with flight. I watched Big Hero 6, very good film. Would highly recommend it, Helen watched Gone Girl. Not my type of film! Had a nice chicken and mash dinner and Helen had beef and rice shortly ...
... and spicy. Mine was full of vegetables! Or so I thought. It was actually full of seasonings like lemon grass and ginger. When you try to eat them, it is like chewing wood. I did not learn until much later – you are not supposed to eat them. To be fair, it is hard to get a bite of soup without getting at least one wood chip in your spoon.
So the Khaosan Road is a very touristy area. There are tons of small street stalls ...
... I like to drink!!) and have been partying for six days. From roof top pool parties to heading up to the famous Koh San road, it has been an intense few days.
Last night involved eating a scorpion whilst his brother crawled over me. Havent found a tarantula to eat but I'm assured Cambodia can satisfy this lust to eat things disgusting.
Tut tut is my favorite way to travel, never pay the first price ...