The Okura Prestige Bangkok
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... the very long queue a staff member came up to us picked us out the queue and took us to a separate counter to order, we were told it had to a take away order and then it was rushed through.. It felt like they really didn't want us in there and trying to get rid as quick as possible! After this we chilled out back at the hostel until our big night out on the town! We got ready and headed to Michelle and Robyn's hotel where we met Louisa aswell, we went for dinner at this ...
... it really was a very thought provoking way to finish the holiday here. Siem Reap and Phnom Penh are very tourist friendly but I think we saw a more real side to the struggles of the people this morning.
At present dad and are sat in the airport waiting for our delayed flight to Bangkok and then onwards to the UK.
See you all very soon
Love A & A ...
... had to learn the ins and outs of getting around by public transport all over again was a huge buzz.
We spent an agreeable morning wandering about in Chinatown. There are beautiful temples, Taoist places of learning and traditional Chinese medicine shops selling all sorts of fascinating remedies. The small alleys and streets are crammed with market stalls and small shops jostling to sell just about everything from hair accessories, ...
I'm back in Bangkok again after the night train for the start of my next tour. Our train arrived into Bangkok about 2 hours late eventually but I think that is pretty normal here. I dropped my bags off at my new starting point hotel and went and had some food and did some shopping with my friend Izzie. In the evening Izzie left for her hotel near the airport as she flies to Australia tomorrow and I waited in ...
... train system, but my travels did not warrant using it.)
Navigation on my iPhone was once again fully operational, and thanks to it I found a genuine shortcut walking through the back streets from my hotel. The hike to the National Museum was lengthy. I, of course, made it supremely longer by wandering through market stalls and even crossing the river to visit more stalls and a temple on the other side.