The Grand Ayudhaya Hotel Bangkok
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Today I woke up. I went to the hairdressers at midday and received a mediocre haircut. And then I went home and spent the day sitting around mainly doing nothing. There's a lot to be said for being lazy/unproductive. I've recently faced the realisation that pushing myself to be productive is a fruitless endeavour. I'm sure a bunch of people could disagree and say that - if I had your talent I would be doing this, that and ...
... but also has many negative aspects to it such as the litter and low quality of life that many people live with on a daily basis. Overall it was a good experience but an eye-opening one.
Bangkok was an eye opener. It has really made me love New Zealand and how fresh it is. Balin
Looking back at how slick Sentosa and Singapore's quality of life, I was more than a little bit surprised by Bangkok's low-slung power cables, hectic as roads and open sewer ...
I was in no rush to get up this morning. A week of getting up before seven suddenly had done untold damage to my body and my general ability to be conscious. Neither was I hurrying to get out of the flat. Whilst I'm usually the first to want to go exploring, I was quite happy to sit indoors in front of the fan. By late morning we finally decided it was time to go out and so we sought out breakfast. Becky fancied McDonalds so I thought I'd try my luck with a street ...
Being able to sleep pretty much anywhere is definitely a requirement of this trip. During the month I have slept:
1. Qatar Airways flight to Doha
2. Qatar Airways Flight to Bangkok
3. Novotel Silom Road Bangkok
4. Claremont Hotel, Siem Reap
5. Mattress on the floor, Homestay Siem Reap
6. Town View Hotel II, ...
... Thai eastenders because he was now driving ridiculously crazy. We got the wallet back and got to the airport in one piece, and gave a tip to the driver for his services as a means of saying sorry. His frown soon turned round. After this experience, we promised each other not to play any more practical jokes, but this lasted a matter of minutes.
After dropping our bags off and going through security we headed for a bite to eat. We found an Italian and both had pasta, ...