- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... on the hour from Emporium shopping centre (and returns on the hour from the hospital ) - a 20 minute walk from hotel. Was relatively cool this morning- but you do have to have your wits about you all the time - traffic turns on you even when lights are for you to walk, very watchful for pick pockets, pavements are dodgy - very rough - so not the most relaxing of walks!
Emporium doesn't open until 10 - so went upstairs at ...
... schedule and bearded Bai had to remind me who he was as I'd never have guessed! Jay, who'd met me in Chiangmai Mai, came along too, and then Rudi, the fashion designer and his biofuel engineering brother Tar ( hope I've got that right) Art, the musician and Oun the teacher and then Bibi herself and her youngest brother Pui and his wife. What an entertaining and happy group they were as they reminisced about their childhood memories at Home End Farm- the little restaurant exploded with ...
... slowing for the big bumps.
He had a very special trick that I would not recommend - so he didn't have to stop at red lights in the queues of cars, he would shoot up the left hand lane, turn left into the cross street and then immediately do a U turn and then turn left back onto the highway in front of all the stopped cars!
His other trick if the lights were going to change soon, was to drive up the ...
... and costing about £2. Thailand was already making a very positive impression on us! By now we were knackered, the heat/lack of sleep/travel/body clock confusion taking their toll. So we headed back to the hotel for a nap, a shower and to get ready for our evening adventure. The evening adventure had been pre booked before we went away was a Tuk Tuk tour around Bangkok's markets and best loved street food spots. Directed by a slightly flamboyant thai gentleman ...
... Buddha's one month birthday, but I didn't quite follow that) and the like. Our first stop is the lucky Buddha. I'm impressed at how our taxi driver become quasi-tour guide. We've all heard it's the land of 1000 smiles, though. He shows us where to pay and then walks us into the temple gate showing us where to take our shoes off and the like. He then tells us to take as much time as we would like. I'm so surprised by his kindness; we already negotiated ...