Swan Hotel Bangkok
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Wouldn't you know it. We got to Bangkok two days after the military staged a coup d'etat and over threw the government! A 10:00 pm curfew was instated also. That's kind of like going to Las Vegas but you can only stay out until 10:00. Most restaurants were closing at 8:00 pm so they would have time to clean up and their employees make it home by 10 …
... We had a healthy discussion about the book ( and we had all enjoyed it in some way )and had something cheesy and Italian to eat. I had a long cold Chang beer. Then Dorothy dropped me off at Baan Song Jum. Christiane, Michel and the young American couple were sitting in the communal area under the house looking very comfortable with a bottle of red wine . And Christiane had made an amazing chocolate cake. So I joined them for dessert. Tuesday morning we had booked a cooking class ...
... what we were in the mood for so after some food and a wander we decided to find our way to the bus station for the night bus to Pakse, southern Laos.
We weren't entirely sure where we were going but after nearly 3 hours sweating on a local bus, which we never actually paid for because nobody asked, we got to the most enormous bus station I've ever seen and luckily there were tickets left. On our way Laos!
... and caught up on some sleep and then met Sammie in the evening in Khao San road, she seems cool, she worked in Investment banking at RBS in Manchester, she's away for at least a year but think she would stay if she gets sponsorship in oz. Khao San road (which by the way is tiny, you could hit a golf ball from one end of the road to the other) at night is completely different, its booming and everyone is happy, all backpackers having fun, drinking and dancing. We made ...
... like a motley crew and attracted a lot of attention in the town of Hue. We eventually found the highlights including the ginormous citadel, various pagodas and royal tombs. We also were delighted about our hostel as our 6 bed dorm turned out to be three double beds with a hot shower and a bath which I hadn't seen in a long time. Also there was a free breakfast that had a cracking menu (pancakes and Nutella for one) we genuinely considered staying an extra night just as ...