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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... grabbed some burgers from this new burger van place that has popped up just down the road. It was good and came with pineapple and cheese and onions. It was definitely the best burger I've had since I've been out here. The rest of the night was spent at home just lazing around and watching programs on the iPad. Well, that, and catching up with all the blogs I've missed out on. ...
... the awesome food, cheap markets and cool types of transport. The temple of Wat Pho was a great photo opportunity along with Madame Tussauds. The people were very friendly and was real cool to see the contrast between Singapore and am looking forward to seeing what Phuket has to hold.
From the market stalls to the insane power lines and raw sewage Bangkok is a place with many contrasts in it and is a far cry from the life that I am used to. The place has so much energy ...
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I feel quite sad to be leaving Thailand as I have had a incredible time and met some amazing people. However, I'm looking forward to Myanmar (Burma), which only opened its borders to tourists a few years ago and as a result I imagine is less touristy.
... they said they would call back. We honestly thought it was gone. This is not what we needed. They called back just as we pulled into the airport. They had thankfully found it! We were still in the mini bus and the hotel staff spoke to the driver, telling him to take us back. We had to the journey all again. But we were just relieved that we were getting it back. It was also a good thing that we gave ourselves plenty of time. The driver must of wanted to get back to watch the ...
... and narcissistic selfies with the ''famous people''. We also heard there was a cat cafe in Bangkok, so took another hour long cab to get there. This was worth the time spent getting there though. The cats were gorgeous, and I think I might become a cat lady when I'm older. Shaun and I decided to check out the night life, and man, that was fun. We went to Soi 2, which is the financial district by day, and shady red light district by night. After a few (or more) drinks at a ...