SC Park Hotel
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... say. There was- Tokyo, Paris, London, New York, as well as Hollywood ( this was the cinema floor) and 2 food floors with restaurants and cafes from these as well as many other countries. Saw a top I liked - wandered a bit further on - decided I would look at it again - and had totally lost it's whereabouts- a maze of little passage ways - found a loo ok - which was a good thing.
Had to return to EMQUARTIER- bought ...
... walked to Kath and Bob's hotel and found them just finishing off their sumptuous breakfast. We exchanged stories of the night before. They'd also enjoyed watching the glamorous guests arrive for the wedding, and had then taken a complimentary river taxi from the Oriental to the pier and the nearest Skytrain station. The boat, complete with liveried Oriental staff, had taken them down the river for two more stops before depositing them at Central Pier, all for free, where they'd ...
... not always the case in toilets in Thailand). It does not have toilet smell as the window is open and the down shute has constant running water to keep it clean. The sink uses a foot pedal to operate the water. Do note there is no soap dispenser present so if you require this bring your own hand wash or soap.
You will not be able to lie in as bunks are changed to seats at 0800 by a male attendant who employs a ...
... through crowds and hordes of people, Thai and tourist alike. But after two and a half hours, the heat was starting to get to me. I am sure I only saw a fraction of the market, but I was kilometers away from the pet section where I had started. I caught a cab from a whole different area of the market back to the hotel. At each hotel, I would get the business card from the hotel which would usually have a small map on in it and the street names ...
The first day of our honeymoon is coming to a close. My goal for the day was to spend time in the sunshine and not take a nap. I succeeded in both of them. I hoping I'm not speaking too soon when I say that I think we're acclimating well.
After brunch we we spent a little more time relaxing and then headed out with a very rough plan to see the temple of the reclining Buddha. Peter had scoped out which train would take us there but in searching for ...