The Color Living Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
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... sticks and outstretched selfie cameras. To prevent a selfie stick blow to the head, we had to duck often. We moved on to Wat Pho temple which included the reclining Bhudda. This temple complex was less crowded and more our speed. We watched a ceremony for a while where Buddhist practitioners dressed in white had their heads tied by white thread to all the others (see pic) while there was chanting. We are still trying to understand it. Thursday night we went ...
... True enough, I thought. Bit of a weird opening, but we went with it. We decided to take the BTS back, which was a half an hour walk from the building we were at. It was good to walk. It's usually too hot or too rainy to walk for long in Bangkok, but today we did it anyway, and just strolled for a bit. We stopped to grab some drinks (mine tasted exactly like Turkish Delight) and some sweets and then kept on going until the station. Walking with Becky is ...
10th July - We arrive after our 14 hour train in Bangkok, our final stop before flying home! Again, the train was great and we got a good nights sleep. We get straight in a taxi and head to our hotel through the busy rush hour traffic. Our hotel, Bangkok 68, is very nice but a bit out of the way. It has a rooftop pool so hopefully the sun will come out at some point. As we leave the hotel to get breakfast the sun does decide to break through ...
... how he used to hit his sister when he was young. The girl says, so you bullied your younger sister. He says, "No.. I just didn't know my own strength". Haha ... but this is an experience. Where in the world would I ever get a chance to hang around a bunch of early twenty kids from North America. One positive thing though is how quickly they can open to people. That is something I find very hard to do. I have taken ridiculously low number of pictures today and must make amends ...
... The 2am pick up time came and went and no tuk-tuk driver arrived so we found ourselves in the street trying desperately to procure a tuk-tuk (where are the clucking hens when you need one?) and instead being offered weed and mushrooms by blokes on motorbikes. Having no desire to spend a decade in a Thai jail, we politely declined. When we finally made it onto the bus, it was an hour late and looked suspiciously like a clapped out minivan with no reclining seats, faulty ...