Somerset Sukhumvit Thonglor
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... a nice walk down Khaosan road, then went back to the room for a nap, then a shower, and here we are now. I suppose I should get ready now, I'm feeling hungry and I wanna go drink some Chang :) - We went to a lovely restaurant, but instead of trying any new Thai food, Jonny and I decided to be super original and go for pizza. Haha. However, they were absolutely gorgeous, and the garlic bread was so yummy. We had another great night, visited some more cool ...
... around. Went anyway because cabbies get gasoline coupons from bringing passengers there. Spread a little love and help another eh? ;) Thais are really petite though. So if you're tiny and can't purchase stuff where you are, please do visit Thailand. Went to Khao San road or backpackers road at night. While eating street food, shopped a bit more. Tried coconut ice cream and it was so delish! So was the banana Nutella crepe ...
... very nice, and we saw them for only two days. The day we arrived, they were leaving the next. I went to the pool on average about 2 times a day. The pool was pretty big, and it went around in a big circle with land in the middle. There were two little platforms with a Jacuzzi button, and a sign that had an arrow pointing to the button. The sign said: Jacuzzi. You probably would have known that without my genius explanation. I didn't know I could love a heated pool ...
... threatening for the last few hours suddenly bucketed down the sky turning a dark grey. We waited it out in the peaceful temple. We walked passed the giant red swing and a few other temples before we stumbled across a big army parade outside the Grand Palace. There were hundreds of soldiers in funny hats marching along with trumpets, and even a cavalry of horses. We asked around and it turned out it was in celebration of the King’s birthday. I don’t remember how old he ...
... on the 22nd of November to meet up with my mate Basti but of course I want to also spend some time in Siem Reap to visit the famous Angkor Wat and also head down to the Cambodian Capital Phnom Penh (still can't pronounce it correctly).
The Vietnamese Embassy opened at 8:30 on Monday and the Visa was going to take a couple of days to be issued, so it looked like I was going to spend a bit of time in Bangkok. "What to do here?" I thought and set out for a ...