Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... city - walking the palace gardens, temples, political buildings, shopping in the big MBK market and perusing the streets. One night we went to China town for dinner and found a street restaurant selling sea food. We had a tasty crab curry, and Mum treated us to cocktails beforehand. We got pedicures on Khao San Road (well, Mum and I did - Jack couldn't be persuaded!) and generally enjoyed having Mum around. One morning we got on a boat across to the other side of ...
... with the grumpiest faces you could ever imagine. They're probably bored of people coming in and pestering them by dangling things in their faces - cats aren't typically a fun-loving breed. So, inside this cafe there are rather a lot of cats, given freedom to roam around this fairly sized room complete with walkways and platforms for them to climb upon. As you enter you're asked to take off your shoes and sit on the floor - it's quite Japanese-y. ...
Despite the bombing, life in Bangkok continued. The tourist areas were all open for business and crowded. The only change we could see was some enhanced security around the Grand Palace and Wat Pho (the two temples that we visited).
We started the day by taking a tuk tuk ride to the Grand Palace. Tuk tuks are willing to give significant discounts in ...
... me his dessert in broken English. 'Here, for you, free!'. Oh I love people! Just like the Thai girl from my hostel that gave me an umbrella to keep when I had to walk back to the airport in the pouring rain after a four-hour sleep. An umbrella I ended up using to try to intimidate the stray dogs that were chasing me and only went away when an extremely kind Thai man came to save me by kicking them. Yes, I know, ...
... a mall. Dude, seriously?! In a freaking mall! Anyway, I am not judging, just criticizing his choices ... haha. But he told me that he has never seen any place like Thailand. I can imagine how different it must be if you have lived your entire life in South Carolina. So, for that one reason itself, I think the trip has definitely paid off for Ron. Just to see the world you have never seen before, is to expand your boundaries. He is at least doing something that most people in ...