The Dawin Bangkok Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... By the time we got back we saw where people were headed and followed them to a large pavilion-like stage where the orchestra was located. A short, dark-skinned Thai woman with a weathered face was holding mats in her arm with a sign advertising 40 baht. Many people were using these to sit on the grass. They started with an overture by Bach orchestral suite number 1. It was beautiful. I lay down on the mat we rented. More people came and sat. The sounds of the instruments seemed ...
... are pics from my iPhone. I didn't bring my MBA, so for now they will have to do. At the palace we learned that temples only use four colors representing the elements. Blue (Water), Red (Fire), Green (Wind) and Yellow (Earth). Also one can see at the stone markers at the corners if the temple if it's a type 2, that is royal family supported, temple. A lot of little rules here. The Grand Temple is really really astonishing. The emerald Buddha is ...
... Choices were chicken with rice or a seafood dish. Unusual breakfast offerings! I chose the seafood meal: baby shrimps and what looks like crab plus thin noodles. Served on the side: two rolls, a fruit cup, and yogurt. After breakfast, I read my Myanmar guidebook, which I didn’t have time to finish before leaving home.
I walked to the rear galley at 9:15 to stretch my legs and obtain a Coke Zero. The Economy cabin is strangely totally dark. ...
... later, in the terminal, you can get a taxi, bus or mini van to Siem Reap. Prices are set so no negotiation necessary. We opt for the US$9 bus (air conditioned!). There is a money changer here and it's easier to have Thai Baht to change into Cambodian Riel, and avoids fees. US dollar is also more handy than AUD or PHP! So now is the 3 hour bus journey to Siem Reap. The bus stops half way for the toilet and dinner at a restaurant. Prices range from R10000-12000. You can also buy ...
Why was a blind man crossing the road in Thailand? I don't know, and I never will. But it was clear he was in trouble.
I had been walking along Sukhumvit Road, one of the many busy avenues in downtown Bangkok. It is a tough enough street to navigate with all your senses in tact. - heavy traffic combine with the swarm of many beggars and vendors who usurp most of the sidewalks for their makeshift vending stalls. Add a few clever ...