The Dawin Bangkok Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... who was weaving silk threads. I forgot how it all started but we someone both got strung in to unwind knots and weave with her HAHAHA.. We all just started talking, filling in the time we were waiting as the downpour set in, winds and all. By the time it all stopped the worker was done and gave her thanks for the help ;) and we decided to just leave since we had to meet up with Jen for dinner. It was about 6 by that time. BUT before that, "let's go one of the ...
... to for our short stay and headed out for some street food. The road was packed with stalls. The side streets were all full as well. We walked for about half a mile and the crowds didn't seem to ease. We were overwhelmed and spoilt for choice, we couldn't decide where to eat! In the end we had duck and noodles from a stall on the main road. For two meals and drinks it cost us just over £2! Although it was great to see and experience this madness, after spending 3 ...
... but still nice. We dropped our bags and went in search of the elusive IT Centre, we found it as it was a Google map save. It was a little way from the BTS and we walked down once in I was looking for a camera lens and a possible purchase of an iPhone. I found the iPhone it was £70 and questioned why and was it real, Louise compared it to hers and said not. He just said 'Same Same' I said really and questioned him was it ...
... met Kevin en Apple in de Wine Connection in soi 47. Shopping, shopping, shopping until my back and feet hurt. In the evening we eat paella and drink a wine with Kevin and Apple at the Wine Connection in soi 46. Zondag - Sunday 14/09: Om 12h hebben we afgesproken in Bang Chak bij Kevin thuis om samen naar Mega Bangna te gaan. Dit is een groot shopping center aan de rand van centrum Bangkok. Er is zelfs een IKEA en er zijn bijna enkel locals, geen toeristen. In ...
... been used, and we even caught the changing of the guard. Our favourite part of the place was the textiles museum, which showed the different fashions of Thai people over time, and even a few of the Queens dresses. It was interesting to see how much the weaving industry has impacted the development of Thailand in many places, replacing poverty and even the opium industry. We were told this had been made possible by the current queen, who supposedly ...