The Inn Saladaeng
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After our trip in Myanmar, the most direct way for us to head to Nepal was to catch a flight to Bangkok first and then head to Kathmandu.
While waiting for our flight in Mandalay’s small airport, we met up again with the Thai girl we had met on the boat from Bagan, and then at Mandalay’s Royal Palace; there was also a Swedish girl …
Our first day back in Bangkok (6 March) was dedicated to sorting out our visas for Myanmar. We had chosen a hotel in the very convenient Sala Daeng / Silom area (close to the Skytrain), as it was near the Myanmar embassy. We went there early in the morning, queuing for a while to deposit our visa application. As we had requested a same-day …
... my table had been cleared and new people were sitting there, I decided to be social and sat next to another single backpacker and begun my first conversation with what i was sure to be many new friends I hope to meet on this trip.
James is from Dublin, Ireland. He and his girlfriend are on holiday traveling through Asia. She realized that spaghetti and meat sauce with salad for breakfast wasn't her thing, so she decided to go back to bed. James and I chatted ...
... ourselves with the area, check out the Sky Train service and be frazzled by the heat and humidity. I am sorry to make a fuss but I have not been in this part of the world for a while. Rather to our surprise most of our local food store appear to be 7/11s some of which sell tonic water which was a relief. Despite the initial back alley-ness of our street there are several restaurants with menus in English and generally people ...
... inspiring. AWE INSPIRING…. our host lady then told us that we could avail ourselves of light lunch on the 52nd floor with the compliments of the hotel should we wish and then afternoon tea was to be served at 4.00pm - along with their compliments. We booked a table for two at the Breeze restaurant that night (52nd floor again) and then, after we had freshened up, headed to Lunch.
An array of foods each expertly prepared by an army of chefs was laid before us as ...