Tarntawan Place Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of hours earlier. We couldn't complain about the ridiculous amount of choice of movies, tv shows, games and music either. Chelsea stuck Expendables 3 on straight away while the little kid in me went immediately to the games. But the football game I found didn't quite live up to FIFA15 and I decided I was too old for games after going 3 nil down after 30 seconds. I know many of friends won't care about what we ate on the plane or what films ...
... it's way through the busiest streets in the capital before arriving at Lumpini Park. This necessitates closing these roads for four hours, on a weekday, during rush hour, genius!
We spend a couple of hours by the pool and then head in. First we stop for lunch at Central Chid Lom. It's lunchtime and the office workers are out and also hunting for food, it's busy busy like an upturned ants nest. It's also very hot so we opt to eat inside and find ...
Currently in Ayutthaya then heading to Lop Buri tomorrow to see monkeys :-) and eventually finishing in Chiang Rai before leaving Thailand for Laos.
It was a shame to leave Diamond Muay Thai as it had become a home away from home, well other than the annoying Colombians with there happy personas and salsa music at 2am (only joking Ali!!). Poor jokes aside, the training was ...
... What Pho before heading to other treasures but without a map I did under estimate distances. When a tuk tuk driver waved us down, we didn't need a second invitation and he agreed to take us around 2 sites then drop us at the skytrain station at a cheap price but with a catch - we were to visit 2 suit shops (as a Government promotion, driver received fuel vouchers). The suits were not cheap but also not over expensive as ...
... being £3 or less and b) I like how it gets you away from the hustle and bustle of Asia and hostels. Just generally as you don’t get a huge amount of free time to yourself without searching for it with people constantly surrounding you. Which isn’t a bad thing, it’s just sometimes nice to unplug, as anybody who has seen me watch a film before will know I do, and just spend a few hours to recharge.
Again off tangent ...