The Dawin Bangkok Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... From there we took a tuk-tuk to Khao San road. This was a planned excursion - one of the things on my to-do list for southeast Asia was to take a tuk-tuk. We bargained with the driver in advance and got a decent price - it was probably about 10 baht more than it would have been if we took a taxi, which wasn't too bad. It was a fun experience - the wind blowing in our faces. The guy had a bunch of colored lights on the inside of the tuk-tuk ...
... roti combination which had an unidentifiable fruit in it but it was probably one of the best thai curries I have ever had (sorry Teresa) and it was only £1.50 (can't get over the prices of things I feel like I want to give them more, just doesn't seem right). I am also now a massive Chang fan! (Making me a Chang warrior as joe puts it). Now for some much needed sleep as we have a busy day planned ...
... in Hong Kong around 7 am (on the 4th) and had a two hour layover. Then off to Bangkok. We arrived around 11am, grabbed our bags and a taxi and were off. Our Guest House hosts had emailed a beautifully written detailed account of what we were to do and addressed all issues with cab drivers. We found a driver, gave him the paper with the directions and not ...
... pub crawl on Khao San and met Stuart from newtonabbey with his mate from Wales. We had a few beers with them and had a few sing songs, the DJ let us play our own songs on YouTube. We went to a club about midnight, the cliff club, and they had a live Thai rock band playing. We danced and laughed with the locals, we were the only tourists in the place which was nice. It was such a good night and we didnt get to the hotel until after 5. We where ...
... s a losing battle, however. You are advised to only take metered taxis but when you ask the driver to use the meter you are told it’s either not working or he doesn’t need one in his type of vehicle. So it’s back to the old system of agreeing the fare. You know you’re being 'done’ but there seems to be little you can do about it. Very frustrating!
Anyway, now we have met our group of 6 we are off to the islands ...