The Tawana Bangkok
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... dishes but everything had a Thai twist to it. The food was delicious and the service was ridiculously prompt with wait staff almost outnumbering diners. Of course we could not skip desert and on our way out the owner offered us a free shot of either Mars Bar or Limoncillo in order to impress us and his parents that were dining there that evening. By this stage mol was falling asleep standing up so we headed back for some much needed rest. Bring on Laos ...
We made it to Bangkok! The flights went well and the transfer in Abu Dhabi took less than 30 minutes, although we wish we had longer there as that airport is incredible! We landed in Bangkok and used the overhead railway to get to our hostel. The hostel is great, basic but really clean and the people couldn't be more helpful. We dumped our stuff and headed out for some street food...in my desperation for pad Thai we ...
Waking up for the last time in the rainforest this morning, no noises of gibbons this morning though but still it was soo peaceful! We had breakfast and then decided to just chill out for the morning before we headed back to Phuket, we did think about going kayaking with the guide but my shoulders and arms where aching from yesterday and mums legs where aching, so we sunbathed on the decking and went for a swim ...
... had to climb up to the top. He walked around at the top and then came down again. Wat Arun is one of Bangkok's most famous landmarks and known from many postcards. It is best known for its massive prang, a tower on the Chao Phraya river bank. The prang, with its height of more than 80 meters, is the highest in Thailand. The Wat Arun, commonly known as the Temple of Dawn, is one of only six temples of the highest grade of the first ...
... with rucksacks on our backs. Not before long we had an idea of where we wanted to be and set off on foot to ask. After a few enquiries we came across a place with availability and settled in. Despite having little sleep we were excited to explore Bangkok so we headed straight out. We found the famous Khao San Road opposite to where we were staying and was surprised to realise that it is far wider than the pictures make out and less crammed, ...