St. James Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... only trouble we have had but thankfully no one was hurt and she got her phone back. We woke up late the next morning but I don't know what it is put here I haven't met anyone that's had a hangover, it must be to do with drinking so much water and sweating a lot well that's my theory anyway! We all headed out for lunch and recounted the stories from the night before and headed for a slow wonder to a rooftop bar where we all surprisingly drank water!! That night was my ...
Adventurous day in Bangkok. Off to see the Golden Buddha that is 5.5 tons of purchase gold. Found the Hard Rock of course! History of Bangkok Timelinec 14th c.Settlement of Bangkokc 1538Construction of river bypass canal1688Siege of Bangkok expels French1767Fall of Ayutthaya; Taksin establishes Thonburi as capital1782Phutthayotfa Chulalok moves capital to eastern bank1820Cholera pandemic kills ...
... in and take a class just yet. I'm interested to see how small the Kindergarteners are, because some of the Prathoms are tiny. After Becky got back from Chitlarada, she made some preparations of her own and we exchanged stories on our way back to the flat. I headed straight back out again however for football with some of the guys from work. To be honest I was expecting a bit of a kick around with some of the guys, nothing too serious, but it seems ...
... and I guarantee people and places will surprise you and broaden your horizons. Nobody I've spoken to has ever said they regretted travelling or didn't enjoy it, even with the odd bad day. Time flies by so don't wait or waste time on things or people that aren't making you happy. If I can live the rest of my life with that attitude it won't be a bad thing.
That's enough for now. It's got to be beer o'clock after all that!!
See you all soon,
We went to the train station to book our tickets up to Chaing Mai on the overnight train. A process that took less than five minutes once we got to the station - a bit different to all the bureaucracy and over two hours it took in Delhi!
Then we wandered down to Chinatown for a meal and on towards the water and called into a nice looking cafe and shared a table with an English lady called Jane who was probably a bit older than me. We ended up talking to her for ...