The Tawana Bangkok
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the stalls. This led us through an area filled with fish in bags. I couldn't help but think that this must be cooking the poor sods. Most of them were beautiful fish, the kinds that you'd have as pets not the kinds that you would eat. I presumed that they were being sold as pets seeing as they were still alive, but with the Thais it really is hard to tell sometimes. This evening I reluctantly headed out with Becky to find food. I ...
... had to be thrown out. However a lesson was learnt and I was lucky to get off with a warning.
The rest of the afternoon was spent packing our bags, then unpacking to repack again. Disposing of anything that we did not require. With a new day bag bought, we got rid of the old one and Maureen was in charge of sorting out the day bags. Once all the packing was done, we relaxed until our new checkout time. While Maureen got the last few bits done, I brought the big bags down ...
... and other veggies. All three was so good!! Wish they had more of these types of places in the states.. The entire meal ended up being the perfect amount of food to share amoungst us 3. Total was 300 Baht. So about $10. 30 Baht per 1 USD is about the currency exchange rate. Walked back to the same station near Jen's place for a massage, but along the way got some delicious coconut ice cream haha ;) The best after the meal we had. ...
... and form a soundtrack to which the birds moved in the sky overhead. I watched them swoop, and dive, seamlessly darting through the air high above, my vision framed by palm trees looming around us. A renown violinist did a concerto with the orchestra. I don't remember her name, but she normally performs for BBC I believe. They played a piece by Mozart. We were serenaded by them for over an hour, and as I lay there I remembered many things. They played Clair De Lune by Debussy. I ...