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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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For much of the day it was 38 degrees outside. This is fine if you are within reasonable distance of an air conditioned room, this is not an acceptable temperature to stand outside of a bag shop in Chatuchak market whilst your wife decides what she'd like to decorate her new handbag with (she went with a flower and an elephant by the way). When I first got up this morning I really wasn't feeling it. I feel like I want to be productive, but ...
... Hanoi is without question the most foreign experience so far.
We cabbed to the airport and flew to Bangkok, arriving in Bangkok around 6:30pm. The incredible rush of hot humid air was intense. We shuttled to the Novotel at the airport. We had supper, pad thai for KC and I, pizza for Jack and roast chicken ...
... WILL get lost in Chinatown, even with a map. - You get a free rickshaw ride when you visit the Jim Thompson museum, be it a 30 second journey, but we chose to activate our lazy gene. - It's the land of 'changing clothes'; there are dress codes for places such as temples and posh restaurants, but it's ok, every place offers you a change of clothes for free. - Best milkshake I've ever tasted at Bangkok Don Muang airport, so glad we have another ...
... its tail to provide him room to walk on the grass beside the moat. The monitor moved slightly, feeling threatened, raising its head and opening its mouth a bit. That had us all nervous, but not him. He just walked past like he was on the beach, completely unfazed, as he was talking on the phone. What came next was even more startling: he returned and, still holding the phone up to his ear, he used one hands to grab the tail of the monitor. Immediately it turned toward the moat ...