The Dawin Bangkok Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... fit my big hoofs " no madam , not your size" Oh well. Saw the polos Sue would like me to buy for her granddaughter who lives at Tweed Heads - took photo to double check.
Then a taxi to the hospital - good news - Bob is scheduled for a stress echo test - not the physical one - they inject dye and check the results. At least there is movement at the station.
Bob wheeled away at 3pm - so I went to look for a different cafe for ...
... built in a more European style to show the rest of the world that Thailand was on par with Europe. The grounds were really beautiful. We rented golf carts to get around the grounds. Are we lazy or what! To enter the main palace, we had to take off our shoes and put on a sarong that was provided as a matter of respect. We also could not wear a sleeveless top or shorts. From there we drove to an area with a lot ...
... here but also loads of tiny little streets which are packed with little independent shops by design students and what have you. Last time we were in Bangkok we loved it down there, this time though it didn't seem as good. Maybe this is because the market we'd visited the previous day was so good or maybe in the years since we'd visited Bangkok last, it had just gone down hill. Later in the evening we headed to Khao San ...
... New Year.
On the other hand, it all feels a little strange, I'm slightly nervous going home as I can imagine it will be a huge reverse culture shock. I am looking forward to all these things but I also think that even though I'm getting to the point I’m ready to start real life, I think as soon as I go home within a couple of weeks when everything settles down I’ll want to be off again. But on the other hand, I don’t think ...
... symbols by which Buddha can be identified like flowers, dancers, white elephants, tigers and altar accessories. Over the statue is a seven tiered umbrella representing the authority of Thailand. There are 108 bronze bowls in the corridor indicating the 108 auspicious characters of Buddha. People drop coins in these bowls as it is believed to bring good fortune, and to help the monks maintain the wat. We met and started chatting to two girls ...