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We arrived in Krungthepmahanakhon Amonrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharatratchathaniburirom Udomratchaniwetmahasathan Amonphimanawatansathit Sakkathattiyawitsanukamprasit (more commonly know as Bangkok) and well... instantly a romance grew. We spent our first two days in Chinatown, not because we wanted but because we found a room in a cheap hostel. When I say room, i really mean a box ...
... 2 hour flight and the plane was half empty probably because of the news about the protestors. Arrived at Bangkok airport and had our passports stamped for 30 days so guess we will be moving onto Malaysia then!! Managed to get a train most of the way to the city from the airport. We were then talked into sharing a taxi with a Spanish couple to our hotel. Very daunting when we arrived ...
... essentially gave Thai Silk a worldwide presence- he was american but moved to Thailand after the war. He was also an art collector and an artist himself- and so his house was full of pieces of thai and other local countries art. Sadly he dissapeared in the jungle in the 60's or maybe 70s but anyway if you're in Bangkok the house is well worth a visit!)
On our last night in Bangkok we decided to go out and get a few drinks- but not too many as we had our 12h ...
... she messaged me saying she'd arrived in her room so we found her and Doug and the beers began. We went out for tea to the same place and then to the bar where we had a couple of buckets, did some touting again and all got "BIN DRINKIN" wristbands made for 40b. Luckily enough our hat lady also came past and Hayley/Doug got one each. We were very drunk there and made it worse by going back to the hotel, meeting Sean, his sister Rose and their ...
... how crazy the city is. The flight was short and sweet, with just enough time to squeeze in a film, and our hotel is base but close to the airport. Tip for the day: always account for rush hour traffic when travelling to the airport. Especially when your airport is in one of the most populated cities in the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility