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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... probably made today a write off in terms of treating myself better. Part of treating yourself better is making sure that you're productive and/or active. As much as I have weekends where I don't want to do anything, I also feel like I've wasted a weekend if I don't go out. Especially now that we're in Bangkok and there is apparently an inexhaustible amount of things to do and see. It also means doing things that need to be done rather than ...
... should do, which was a mistake because one by one the Thai staff gathered around us trying to interpret what we were saying to them. Luckily a Thai women from the booth next to us leant over and helped. She'd probably had enough of listening to us go on. The meal was great and I even had some duck with it which was really tasty. On the way back I grabbed an orange juice from a street vendor, this turned out to be part orange and part sugar cane juice which was very weird ...
... destination or be prepared to get ripped off at the other end. However they are cheap even if you do get ripped off.
Our first day in Bangkok was doing the typical temple tour. The old city is full of temples to Buddha or palaces for the royal family. It would take days to see them all. Our first was Wat Traimit, the temple of the Golden Buddha. This statue is 5.5 meters high (about 16 feet) and in solid gold weighing about 5.5 tons ( estimated gold value around US$250 ...
... alternative is to do a 'visa run' which means a whole day lost travelling on a bus to cross the border, and then a bus back. My present visa lasts until 11th February, so I'm going to wait until Kath and Bob arrive next Tuesday and see if there's a plan for somewhere else they'd like to go too. It was late afternoon when we went back to Dorothy's apartment and while I had a g&t and held ice to my now throbbing and black bruised big toe, Dorothy had a quick change. We then went ...
... Aroy and absolutely loved it. I got pad Thai and it was perfect. Highly recommended! It is located in downtown Bangkok about a block down from Casa Nithra on Sam Sen road. Our friends arrived by the time we got back and went to Aroy for dinner as well. It was 8:30pm by the time we got back so my mom and I decided to go to the hotel's rooftop pool to enjoy the view for a bit before ...