S Sukhumvit Suites Hotel
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After finishing up my blog entry yesterday, I arranged to stay a couple of extra nights in the hostel This is now the second time I've extended my stay here, which I will do again one more time until I get my flights to Krabi. The hostel has been extremely accommodating, and my room has yet to be completely full so it hasn't been a problem.
I then headed over to meet up with Mi and Ma. We talked for a little bit and made plans for the day ...
... how inappropriate we were in our shorts and t-shirts. It turns out we were required to wear long trousers and sleeves to the elbow in 35' heat to enter! I am being sarcastic of course we appreciate the expectations in line with the Buddhist beliefs so we agreed to go back the day after before our onward journey to Ayutthaya. We continued our exploration around old Bangkok with a walk down to the river and around a local street market, making sure we made ...
... to submit my application. It is better to get there sooner rather than later!
2. Visa collected, 15:30 - 16:30
I queued for about 15 minutes to collect my visa.
With my freshly printed visa pasted into one of the few remaining blank pages in my passport, I headed back to my hostel (Mile Map - a decent enough hostel just 10 minutes walk from the Embassy) to book my flight to the next stop in my adventure, Mandalay, Myanmar.
... the station we had got off the bus at!! We managed to find our hotel but they had no room for us so we went opposite to a guesthouse as we only needed it for one night. Finally, we had arrived following another long day on the bus – no more for a while!! We got ourselves ready (and got aircon for the room as it was very humid now in Bangkok, not like when we were here a few weeks ago) and headed out to Chinatown so that we could get some dinner. When we ...
... so high we could see the whole city. We signed for the room while sipping on some freshly made orange juice and wiping our faces with clean cold towels. This was very different to the usual hostel checking in process where they don't even give you a pen to write with. Once this was finished we were told about what it meant to be in an executive room. We had our own breakfast in our own lounge only available for executive guests as well as free canapés and drinks between 5 and 7. ...