St. James Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... br> I am sorry if not everyone is getting updates - I am trying to keep everyone informed - just so hard being over here with so much travel time to and from hospital - and I can't log in to hospital Wifi for some reason. You can call Bob on his mobile if you want to speak to him.
I was pleased to find out that the extension of my accommodation had now been confirmed - so I can stay where I am for a while longer.
... far too polite to refuse to share the bottle of wine purchased by Oun , and then another bottle that Bibi produced. We had plenty of water for the journey, but were reluctant to use the loos on the train, and Bob had bought some sandwiches on the station. Nobody was going to fade away for lack of food on that train, and there was a constant stream of food vendors up and down the aisle, plying us with all sorts of snacks and drinks. It look us a long time to rattle along through ...
... seen on a Rick Stein programme back home. The dish was really really good. I had the special prawn version which came in a sort of omelette parcel. Delicious! After that it was a slightly hairy Tuk Tuk ride across the city, back to our hotel for a well earned sleep. We were both knackered but it had been an awesome first day in Thailand. Day Two was our Bangkok history and temples day. We visited The Grand Palace, which is huge, The Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, and ...
In no particular order, these are the modes of transport currently taken: Plane Sleeper Train Tuk Tuk/Auto Rickshaw Longtail Boat Car Ferry Passenger Ferry Kayak Car Bicycle Foot Sky Train Songthaew This list is not that exiting yet, but the trip is only four weeks ...
... our best Thailand price to date, and when in the morning we figured out where we were it was actually only one street from the main Khoa San activity.
We thought after three weeks of Myanmar rural life a few nights in Bangkok and civilisation may be a good change of pace. At 8am walking down the famous street and stepping over ****** up westerners left over from the night before we were quickly re-evaluating that decision!